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Rainbow Day - Mother Goose Time

Bubbles, Boats and Floats has been such a fun theme! 

Rainbow Day was really fun.  The first thing we did was talk about how rainbows were made.  First I asked who made rainbows, and he knew God did, so I was happy about that.  After we established who created rainbows, I told him that when rain and sun are out at the same time it makes a rainbow.  Mother Goose Time provided us with Rainbow Weather pieces.  We were supposed to put them in a bag and draw two, but I just laid them face down, and we flipped over two of them.  If one was rain and the other was sun we brought out the rainbow.

Then we played Rainbow Dominoes, which doesn't really need any explanation. 

Rain, Rain, Go Away was a Rhyme Time poster with a letter matching twist.  We just laid the poster on the ground, because I seem to be out of scotch tape.  After we said the rhyme a few times we got out the hands-on letters and he matched them to the letters on the poster.

Our final Rainbow Day activity was making a Rainbow Dancer.  I let Little Guy do it all by himself

(okay, like 90% by himself, I taped the strips on the back - no scotch tape, and I'm not letting a three year old use packaging tape! - and put the dots of glue on for the clouds), and it turned out pretty cute. 

He is still pretty bad with scissors...

Little Guy and I receive our Mother Goose Time curriculum free of charge in exchange for sharing our experiences!


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