Crafting for Noach: A Roundup of Rainbows, Oct 26, 2011
"And the rainbow shall be in the cloud, and I will see it, to remember the everlasting covenant between God and between every living creature among all flesh, which is on the earth." (Breishit 9:16)
The rainbow symbolizes the love of G-d for mankind and His promise to keep the order of nature. It is a beautiful symbol and one that we focus on every year when we come to this week's Torah portion. So go ahead, sit down with your kids, and have fun!
Ribbon Rainbow can also be used to hold hairclips!
Fimo Rainbow can be a fridge magnet or a cute kiddie clip
Making ice cube rainbows is great tactile apprach to learning about rainbows and also about water!
Not suggesting you actually eat these, but these Yogurt or Pudding Rainbows look like they are fun to make! You can create the same effect with colored sand or colored salt (just color the salt/sand with chalk and pour into cups).
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