Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Elmer and the Rainbow with a Go Along Craft

Elmer and the Rainbow Craft

We read the book "Elmer and the Rainbow" by David McKee today.  In this Elmer book, a rainbow has lost its colors and Elmer sets out to find the end of it.  He plans to give away his colors to make the rainbow colorful again.  The other animals worry what will happen to Elmer's colors if he gives them away.  Then they wonder if there will be a patchwork rainbow.


rainbow craft for kids

For our go along craft I found this printable rainbow.  After printing a couple of copies, I set out a stamp pad and square stamper.  When they finished stamping, they decorated their rainbow with animals stickers I found at Michael's.

11 comments :

Alison @ Oopsey Daisy said...

YAY! I just pinned this! :) I am hoping to do a Rainbow Theme for Mommy School soon, so I think we will be trying this out. Thanks for sharing at oopsey daisy!

Corrie said...

Great idea! Love it!

Angela said...

I just found your blog, and I'm your newest follower!

Angela
The Daily Alphabet

Mrs. Poland said...

You have the cutest blog. I love all the ideas you share!

Misty
Think, Wonder, & Teach

Raising a Happy Child said...

Cute idea! We read a lot of Elmer books but not that one.

Lindsay said...

Cute! Thanks for the link to the printable too! I think we will do something like this very soon!

Sherri said...

Love this book...love this activity! :)

Michelle said...

What a wonderful project, the girls love Elmer I will have to take this book out of the library. Thank you for the link to the rainbow printable too!

So glad you linked up to stART and shared you wonderful project :)

~Michelle

Desiree said...

That's cute. It's been a while since we've read an elmer book. What a simple fun craft!

maggy, red ted art said...

Such a lovely book and aren't the simplest crafts always the best?

Thanks for sharing on Kids Get Crafty!

Maggy

Jen said...

Look like a fun craft! My little man (age 26 months) loves stamping.

Jen
Creative and Curious Kids!