FREE for subscribers: Roll a Rainbow is fun for everyone. Great for preschoolers learning colors and for older children studying light and rainbows!

Roll A Rainbow Preschool Game

WAY back in 2011 (Okay… that’s not that long ago in people years, but it’s a really long time in blog years!) I created and shared for free a fun little game called Roll A Rainbow. It’s a great game to play with preschoolers who are learning colors, fun for older kids who are learning about light, and it’s got a bit of luck to it, so everyone can play together and anyone could come out the winner!

Well, as I was reviewing old posts of mine, I decided to update this game a bit. Here’s the new version of Roll A Rainbow!

Roll A Rainbow: 2017

FREE for subscribers: Roll a Rainbow is fun for everyone. Great for preschoolers learning colors and for older children studying light and rainbows!

This one is free for subscribers!  Just enter your email below to confirm that you’re on our list (if you’re not, we’ll add you in so you don’t miss a freebie!)  Then you’ll have immediate access to the file (it will automatically download for you)

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I’m super curious!  Tell me in the comments: How long have you been around with Little Learning Lovies? Do you have a favorite printable from us? Any input on what you’d like to see more of?


Another Gift For You!

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Comment and tell me!  Someone who does will win a $5 gift code to the LLL store.  I’ll choose a commenter on April 1st, 2017! ♥

Want the old version of Roll A Rainbow?

Just click the image below for the original version, with a super cool 12 sided die!

This set includes:

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  • Directions
  • 12 sided die pattern with rainbow colors
  • Game mat (print one for each player or team)

About the Author Sandra Modersohn

Sandra Modersohn is a devoted wife, mother, and homeschooler. She loves great graphic design and has a passion for creating beautiful and useful printable materials for children. Little Learning Lovies where she shares her creations with the world. She can be found on Facebook and Twitter, Pinterest and, of course, at the Little Learning Lovies Blog and Store.

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5 comments
Jessica says 7 months ago

Is this the correct place to comment for the $5 giveaway? I think I’ve been with you for about a year. I think this Roll A Rainbow is my new favorite printable from you. I can’t wait to play it with my kids!

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    Sandra Modersohn says 7 months ago

    Yes! This is the place! 🙂 Thanks for commenting and for enjoying this printable. Good luck! (And please share with friends!)

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Dona says 7 months ago

This looks great but a rainbow has 7 colours. ROY G BIV (RED ORANGE YELLOW GREEN BLUE INDIGO AND VIOLET) JUST WONDERING WHY YOU CHOOSE ONLY 6 COLOURS

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    Sandra Modersohn says 7 months ago

    That’s a great question, actually. And believe it or not, there is a lot of research that goes into even a simple game like this here at Little Learning Lovies! 🙂 First, did you know that there are actually MANY more colors in a rainbow than the 7 we were all taught as children? In fact, there is no way to count the number of colors in a rainbow. They are infinite! Also, the 6 colors included here are the primary and secondary colors we use in art. The primary pigments are red, yellow, and blue. The secondary colors are orange (a mix of red and yellow), green (a mix of yellow and blue), and purple (a mix of blue and red). To add in indigo would be to include a tertiary color which, while not a bad thing, reduces the educational benefits of learning these six colors to start. If I were to add indigo, I’d also want to add in all of the other tertiary colors, making this a much more confusing tool.
    I really appreciate you asking this question! I love having the chance to explain the reasons behind the choices made as each game is created. We work hard to think these things out very carefully to maximize the learning potential. 🙂 I hope you enjoy using this game! ♥

    ~Sandra

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