Free Printable Unicorn and Rainbows Pack

Free Printable Unicorn and Rainbows Pack

Free Printable Unicorn I spy pack
Free Printable Unicorns and Rainbows pack.

We are focusing less on our standard letter and number of the month and MORE on critical thinking the 1st three days of this week that starts spring break.

I have observed my preschoolers learn alphabet letters more by recognizing what they aren’t, then what they are. 

We are also using hearts to build shamrocks, and puzzles for these days. I will post about these, as I find the teaching method applied effective and providing hands on experience and problem solving for my students.

Tried and True Rainbow Books! 

The first is interactive, and the rabbit  segueways into Easter. The second segueways nicely into spring blooming and planting.

Direct Download Under Rainbow Below!


R is for Rainbow Tots activity

R is for Rainbow Tots activity

What makes a Rainbow is my all time favorite Rainbow book, I don’t care what age you are, the ribbons are magic.



R is for Rainbow Art Activity

BUILDING SKILLS:  Writing: Letter formation and recognition, fine motor

                                     Science: color mixing experimentation

                                     Math: Counting ribbon colors, counting the colors used.


R is for Rainbow ActivitySUPPLIES:

  • A letter R cut out for each child (free printable) 
  • R is for Rainbow Template (free printable)
  • Oil Pastels
  • Glue Stick
  • Cloth for wiping fingers off


  1. Read Over the Rainbow a few times over one week. During these readings, children count the ribbon colors.
  2. After final reading, introduce rainbow colors and talk about color mixing. 
  3. Demonstrate how to smudge and mix colors using oil pastels.
  4. Tell children we are going to make our own rainbows with oil pastels. We can smudge our rainbows, and mix the colors if we want to.
R is for Rainbow Activity
Getting Ready



  1. The child identifies the letter and glues onto template letter R.
  2. The child chooses an oil pastel and traces the attached letter R, with proper letter formation.
  3. Show children where to make their rainbows on the page. 
  4. Then, they go for it!
  5. Use math again to ask the child to count what colors they used.
R is for Rainbow Activity
Blending A Rainbow



R is for Rainbow Activity

This link is the Letter R’s to cut out page

R template R is for rainbow

This link is for the drawing page

r is for rainbow