Rainbows! One of our favorite themes and always fun for kids! Today we share with you 33 rainbow themed sensory play ideas to enjoy with your kids!
Pop under our Rainbow Umbrella for some colorful sensory play.
Make and play with Sparkly Rainbow Crystals.
Make a big batch of Soda Dough in all the colors of the rainbow.
Sit back and watch your littlest ones get their hands stuck into this Taste Safe Sensory Rainbow.
Scented rainbow beans are perfect for sensory, imaginative and creative play time with your kids.
A super soft rainbow sensory bin perfect for toddlers to explore.
Fill a busy bag with a weave a rainbow activity.
Fill a sensory bin with ice balls in all the colors of the rainbow and see what happens when they all start to melt together.
Have you used Oats in a sensory bin before? These rainbow oats would make a great introduction to this sensory material.
Enjoy painting a rainbow on a big puffy cloud made from a surprising ingredient.
Have fun exploring these Rainbow Discovery Bottles over a light table.
Learn how to dye pasta in all the colors of the rainbow.
This Rainbow Sensory Bin is filled with lots of different and interesting textures for your kids to explore.
Practise making marks in a Rainbow Sensory Writing Tray filled with colored barely.
Set up a mess free color mixing session with these Rainbow Sensory Bags.
Make some Mini Rainbow Sensory Bottles.
Read the Rainbow Fish and follow it with a fun Play dough activity.
Add a super sparkly effect to Rainbow Slime when you add glitter to it.
Work those fine motor skills and thread a Froot Loop Rainbow.
Enjoy a pretend play session with DIY Rainbow Peg Dolls.
Learn how to dye chickpeas for sensory play in all the colors of the rainbow.
Turn a paper plate into a DIY Rainbow Puzzle.
Get hands on with some window art and create a beautiful Rainbow Fish and Elmer the Elephant.
Use colored pom poms to create a Rainbow Collage.
Eat your way through this yummy Edible Rainbow Sensory Tray.
Toast is much more fun with a Rainbow Painted on it.
Go on a Rainbow Rice Hunt.
Fill a sensory bottle with Rainbow Loom Bands.
Get your hands stuck right into some Rainbow Goop.
Create a Rainbow Tissue Paper Sun Catcher.
Make your own music with these Rainbow Musical Shakers.
Set up a Rainbow Gelatin Sensory Tub for your kids to explore.
Make a rainbow of Water Bead Sensory Bottles for your babies, toddlers and pre-schooler to play with.
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Nicola is a former Librarian who now spends her time looking after and coming up with arts and crafts ideas for her sons Liam (7), Freddie (5), and Bella (3) to do together.