Rainbow Playdough Kit Invitation to Play
This Rainbow Playdough Kit is sure to draw your child in and have them creating and exploring in no time! It fits in perfectly with a rainbow theme, and promotes open-ended play that every preschooler would love!
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Have you heard of an invitation to play? It’s pretty much just a way of organizing an activity or toy set in a new way that piques your child’s interest. In every unit study we do, I create an invitation to play, and they’re always a hit.
My favorite homeschool find this year has been these wooden trays. I’m super proud, because they were kind of hard to find, and they’re affordable! I add play dough and themed toys and materials to the tray and present it to my son after nap (so it’s a surprise).
He adores it! And this rainbow kit was no exception.
WHILE YOU’RE PLANNING YOUR RAINBOW THEME:
- Check out my Rainbow Unit here. (Use code RAINBOW25 for 25% off) If you join my Preschool Program Membership, you’ll get a major discount on all past Unit Studies, and 2 brand new units included each month!
- Here are 25 Rainbow Activities for your Preschooler’s Rainbow theme!
- Here are 25 Rainbow Crafts and Art Projects for Preschoolers
- Here’s a list of Rainbow Books for your Rainbow Unit Study.
- Here’s a list of 16 Fun & Delicious Rainbow Snacks for your Kids
- Here’s a list of Rainbow Recipes to Make with your Kids
Other Rainbow Activities & Crafts We’ve Done at the Moore Homestead:
- Puffy Sidewalk Paint
- DIY Rainbow Mobile
- Pom-Pom Water Sensory Bin
- Easy Rainbow Suncatchers Craft
- Surprise Rainbow Art
- Color Mixing with Ice Cubes Science Activity
- Froot Loop Rainbow Activity
You can check out my tagged photos on Instagram to see other families following my unit studies, including my fabulous Rainbow unit!
For tips on planning your homeschool preschool year, including curriculum recommendations, check out this article.
Join the Homeschooling Preschoolers Facebook Page! There are free resources available, and it’s the perfect way to connect with other young homeschool families!
I added colorful items found around our house to save money, and he didn’t care either way. He was stoked!
If you’re curious, here’s what I added to our kit:
- Colorful cupcake liners
- Pom-pom balls
- Cut up pipe cleaners
- Small figurines
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