Window rainbows are popping in windows all across the county as a symbol of solidarity for everyone in self-isolation! You can decorate a rainbow and display it in your window to join in the fun. There have been lots of ideas on how to decorate them from using tissue paper to painting them to junk modelling to just using some colouring pens and pencils. The ideas are endless and it might just brighten up where you live for those walking past on their daily exercise. - www.excitingteacher.com

Window Rainbows to Cheer Up Where You Live and Show Solidarity

There is nothing better than a rainbow to make you smile, right? Window rainbows are popping in windows all across the county as a symbol of solidarity for everyone in self-isolation! You can decorate a rainbow and display it in your window to join in the fun. This is really simple and easy art activity.

  • First, draw your rainbow shape.
  • Next, decorate!
  • Finally, cut it out and display it for the world to see. Ta-da, you have made a window rainbow – it was as easy as that.

Window rainbows are popping in windows all across the county as a symbol of solidarity for everyone in self-isolation! You can decorate a rainbow and display it in your window to join in the fun. There have been lots of ideas on how to decorate them from using tissue paper to painting them to junk modelling to just using some colouring pens and pencils. The ideas are endless and it might just brighten up where you live for those walking past on their daily exercise. - www.excitingteacher.com

There have been lots of ideas on how to decorate them from using tissue paper to painting them to junk modelling to just using some colouring pens and pencils. I recommend maybe getting out the watercolours if you have some! Alternatively, if you are using poster paint, you can paint straight onto the window. Although, please test this first.

The ideas are endless and it might just brighten up where you live for those walking past on their daily exercise.

We are all in this together and we are in the same boat! We can do this and it won’t be long before we are free again.

You can read more about it here from the houses in South Tyneside who have already decorated their window rainbows to cheer the place up a bit. 

For more ideas for you to do at home during this time, please visit my Coronavirus ideas and resources page for Home Learning ideas. 

 

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Window rainbows are popping in windows all across the county as a symbol of solidarity for everyone in self-isolation! You can decorate a rainbow and display it in your window to join in the fun. There have been lots of ideas on how to decorate them from using tissue paper to painting them to junk modelling to just using some colouring pens and pencils. The ideas are endless and it might just brighten up where you live for those walking past on their daily exercise. - www.excitingteacher.com

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