This is a mini version of the Rainbows Little Thinker Box. See extended information tab for more details.
Pot of Gold Counting
It is said that at the end of every rainbow is a pot of gold. Well, we found pots at the end of our rainbows, but the gold was missing. Can you help us fill our pots with gold coins?
Give your child one card at a time. Instruct your child to count out enough coins to match the number on each pot. Your child
should place the coins on top of the pot as he/she is counting.
Rainbow Stick Challenge
Instruct your child to count all their rainbow sticks (colored popsicle sticks).
Instruct your child to sort the rainbow sticks by color.
Instruct your child to use the rainbow sticks to form letters.
Instruct your child to use the rainbow sticks to form numbers.
Give your child a brain workout with the rainbow stick match puzzle cards. Using the rainbow sticks, your child should match and/or complete the pattern on each card. Each card can be rotated in all four directions for additional puzzles.
Rainbow Letter Match
So much fun is to be had with this activity. First, shuffle the pieces. Then, have your child match the uppercase letters on the
clouds with the corresponding lowercase letters on the pots of gold. This activity will help your child recognize the
uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet, and the connection between the two.
Rainbow Number Match
First, shuffle the pieces. Then, have your child match the numbers on the pots of gold with the corresponding names on the
clouds. This activity will help your child connect the numbers with their names.