Saturday, March 9, 2013

Eating a Rainbow // A comer un arco iris


If you follow any kid-related blogs you have probably come across many rainbow projects!  A plethora of fun and creative ideas exist already, so I am not going to re-invent the wheel—or the rainbow.  I collected some of my favorite rainbow projects and put them in a list for you below.  You should really check them out...they are very fun!  If you want to see images head on over to my Pinterest page where I put them all in one spot for you!



Bubble Wrap Printed Rainbows from I HEART CRAFTY THINGS
Melted Bead Rainbow Magnet from I Can Teach My Child
Beaded Rainbow from I Can Teach My Child
Color Activities for Kids from In Lieu of Preschool

Each of these can be adapted and used for learning Spanish!  Just use the Spanish colors below.  Also check out these videos for help learning your colors in Spanish.

Last summer at Spanish Summer Camp we ATE a rainbow.  Here is a fun list of words to learn if you want to try this project at home.  It is healthy too!
rojo
(ROW-hoh)
red
anaranjado
(ah-nah-rahn-HAH-doh)
orange
amarillo
(ah-mah-REE-yo)
yellow
verde
(BEAR-day)
green
azul
(ah-SOOL)
blue
morado
(more-AH-doh)
purple
la fresa
(lah FRAY-sah)
strawberry
la naranja
(nah-RAHN-hah)
orange (the fruit)
las palomitas
(lahs pahl-oh-ME-tahs)
popcorn
el kiwi
(ehl KEE-wee)
kiwi (the fruit)
los dulces
(lohs DOOL-sehs)
candies
las uvas
(lahs OO-bahs)
grapes

What kinds of rainbows have you been making?  

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