Here is our complete set of rainbow number bond worksheets, starting at 5 and working up to 10. Download them in zip format and then extract.
Here are some simple rainbow worksheets to enjoy with your little ones...
What's the story behind this pot of gold? It is pirate treasure? Or a pot found at the end of the rainbow? Only the child writing the story on our story paper will know the answer to that!
We hope the kids will be inspired to produce some excellent acrostic poems about rainbows with these colou
Learn the letters that spell the word "rainbow" with this pretty finger tracing worksheet. And why not colour in the picture too!
Finger tracing is a good introduction to writing, and this gorgeous rainbow page is a great way to practise!
Practise writing the word rainbow, and colour in a rainbow or two with this fun handwriting worksheet.
Our rainbow handwriting worksheet is a fun way to introduce writing to young children. There are three guided fonts to follow, getting steadily harder, and then space for them to write the word unguided. The pretty rainbow pictures should help encourage them!
Children love rainbows, and they'll be rewarded with their own rainbow once they've completed this fun rainbow maths facts colouring page. We've got five to choose from below: addition to 10, addition to 20, subtraction to 10, subtraction to 20 and a multiplication version.
Learn about mnemonics with one of the most well-known ever - how we remember the colours of the rainbow. This worksheet challenges the children to come up with their own rainbow mnemonic.
Fill in the blanks on each cloud to make the sums add up to 7 - and that's what number bonds are all about!
What adds up to 9? If the kids can work that out and fill in the blanks, they will be on top of number bonds to 9...
Get the kids to write a poem in the shape of a rainbow! Change the colours of the pens on each lines for a real rainbow effect...
Every activity is more fun when there are colourful rainbows involved! Cut out the rainbows (laminate if you prefer), then ask the kids to order them from biggest to smallest. Then shuffle them up and ask them to try from smallest to largest!
This simple rainbow story paper is aimed at younger children, who will enjoy colouring in the rainbow too. Use it to write a story, or a poem, or for copywork perhaps.
There's a rainbow in this picture - and anything could happen at any moment! Ask the kids to write a story using the picture as their starting point, and then colour it in.
Rainbows always capture our imaginations, and we've started a story about one on this worksheet - the kids just need to carry it on...
Trace the outlines of the rainbow on this tracing page – fun for a weather-themed pencil control activity. Kids can colour in the rainbow after tracing the outline!
Use this rainbow weather symbol story paper for creative writing or for writing a report about the weather - and have fun colouring in the rainbow too!
Our rainbow word tracing worksheet offers a simple rainbow to colour in, with the word to trace over below.
Trace over the letters of "rainbow" with this simple worksheet for younger children. Why not laminate and use dry wipe markers for repeated use?