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What is your favorite quote? I absolutely love this quote from Maya Angelou: “Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud.” I chose this for the month’s quote coloring page for adults. Don’t you just love that quote? This quote
Rainbow Chili is where it’s at. I love chili all year round, but sometimes the heavier, spicier chili isn’t quite as good in the warmer months. I wanted a chili that is light, bold, fresh, and perfect for spring and
Hi, I’m Alyssa and I have a canvas addiction. Our latest project? This Rainbow Button Canvas Art! The number of canvas pieces I have in my house…probably a bit much, but they look so amazing! Check out my other canvas
With St. Patrick’s Day in a couple weeks, I have rainbows on my mind–foods, projects…I’ll be sharing a few. While we don’t necessarily celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, I love any excuse to do a rainbow craft or recipe. To kick
Since rainbows are so much fun, I thought it would be awesome to use them for a learning activity (you know, so learning is fun too!) I am currently working with my oldest son on reading, so I wanted to
There are so many great ways to teach colors to children. Below are a few tried-and-true ways that worked for my son! As a way to easily remember these activities, I have made an acronym with the first letter of each activity–ROYGBIV,
I had a lot of fun teaching my preschool-age son colors so I compiled a RAINBOW of activities we used to sharpen his color identification skills (as well as some more advanced lessons including color mixing, science, match, and etc.)