Learning about colors with techniques other than crayons or markers is the latest trend.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) September 26, 2012
Fall Season, rainy season, rainbow season! The best time to teach the colors of the rainbow. All classrooms are filled with colorful rainbow paintings and drawings. Learning the primary colors is one of the fundamental developmental milesstones in the pre-schoolers life.
Kids Activities Blog has taken the colors of the rainbow to a new level. Teaching preschoolers the colors of the rainbow with crayons or markers on white pages can be done. But how about taking it to a new level?
Kids Activities Blog is featuring rainbow activities for kids with techniques other than crayons or markers. Noodles, pancakes, sponges, cotton balls, Q-tips, food coloring, playdough, fruits, Cool Aid, felt, beads and wrapping paper can alll be used to create rainbow art. Some of these colorful rainbow art objects can be even eaten. The Young Artist will be challenged to create his own medium and the shades of colors can be used to teach him or her about the vast array of colors.
Coloring the rainbow during parties is another hot topic on Kids Activities Blog. A collection of colorful rainbow party ideas is taking parties to a new level: Rainbow cupcakes, rainbow cookies, rainbow rice games, rainbow ziplock bag art, and rainbow jello cups can turn the Birthday Party into a colorful fun event.
The colors of the rainbow have no limits for the quirky rainbow minded Moms blogging on Kids Activities Blog. Check out the buzz this fall on Kids Activities Blog about colors of the rainbow and learn about out-of-the-box ideas for rainbow activities for kids or plan rainbow activities for kids at the next birtday party.