Sensory play is so important to our children’s development right from the word go. These Rainbow Sky Sensory Bottles are easy and thrifty to make and look gorgeous. They bring all that natural beauty and magic of seasonal changes around right indoors where it can be enjoyed close up again and again.
Painting can be a wonderfully creative and sensory experience for kids. HANDPRINT RAINBOW PAINTING lets children get really “hands-on” with paints and explore colour mixing and blending. A super fun and colourful art experience for St Patrick’s Day and weather study themes.
This pom pom rainbow jewellery craft is so bright and cheerful, your bigger kids, tweens and teens will love it! Make cute and colourful rainbow bracelets, necklaces and rings to wear yourself or share with friends.
Cardboard Tube Rainbow Blowers are a wonderful way to recycle TP rolls into something colourful and most importantly fun! Kids will love to blow down their rainbow blowers and see all the colourful streamers swoosh around. A super St Patrick’s Day craft or to go with a weather topic.
Your kids will love to get singing and dancing with this colourful paper plate tambourine craft! These homemade musical instruments are painted with happy rainbow colours that just make you want to smile!
Are you looking for a fun St Patrick’s Day craft for kids? How about a Paper Plate and Handprint Leprechaun Mask? These St Paddy’s Day’s masks are simple to make and look fantastic!
Your children will have an awesome time celebrating St Patrick’s Day with this colourful edible sensory play activity. They’ll love getting hands on exploring giant wibbly-wobbly shamrock leaves and tasty chocolate treasure from the end of the rainbow! We’ve got lots of tips on how to support kids sensory learning too.
Have you or the kids used a simple plastic pom pom maker before? They are amazing! We’ve been putting ours to good use making a beautiful rainbow pom pom mobile that will look adorable in a nursery, bedroom or classroom. It’s bright and cheery and a great way to use up those yarn scraps.