We know many of you have already created beautiful rainbow art and have it displayed on your windows at home.
We have been sent many lovely photos of your rainbows.
Why not check out these rainbow themed activities this week!
All About Me Rainbow
Why not draw an All About Me rainbow. Now that it's your last week of the school year, what would you like your new teacher to know about you?
What are you favourite colours, foods, animals?
Who are your friends? What are you good at? What makes you happy? Be Creative!
Take a photo of your All About Me rainbow and email them into us. You're new teachers are so excited to get to know you !
Baking -Rainbow Cookies
Read or listen to the story of The Rainbow People
Blues lived at the bottom of the hill. They lived in blue houses, drove blue cars, wore blue clothes and thought that everything good was blue. Blues taught their children, 'Blue is good, green is bad, blue is happy, green is sad.'
One day, a green girl was chasing down the hill after her ball but before she could catch it, it rolled right under a prickly blueberry bush. As she leaned against the bush to look for her ball, blueberry juice got squashed all over her clothes! She heard laughing and looked round to see a blue boy, who chanted, 'Blue is good, green is bad, blue is happy, green is sad!' The green girl cried back, angrily, 'Green is good, blue is bad, green is happy, blue is sad!', and ran back up the hill.
Later that day, the green girl returned to look for her ball and found the blue boy entangled in the bush, groaning. She went over to help and realised that he had been trying to rescue her ball! As she pulled the blue boy from the thorns, she saw that his arm was badly hurt. She took out her green hanky and made a sling for the blue boy. Neither of them spoke but as they looked at their scratched arms, they saw that they both had the same red blood. They walked away in silence.
When the blue boy arrived home with his arm in the green sling, his parents barked angrily at him, 'What have we taught you? Blue is good, green is bad, blue is happy, green is sad!'. They threw the hanky away and wrapped his arm in a blue bandage.
That night, as the green girl and the boy lay in their beds, looking at their wounds, they wondered whether the songs were true.
When the blue boy was well enough to play out again, he went up the hill to find the green girl. He knocked on green door after green door looking for the girl who had helped him. Each door was slammed in his face until finally he found the right house. To his amazement the green girl was wearing the same green and blue clothes. 'Aren't you afraid of what people will say', the blue boy asked. The green girl replied, 'No - after meeting you, I realised that our colours don't matter because we are all the same inside.' The blue boy said, 'I've been thinking that too!'
The green girl and the blue boy became best friends and grew up to have their own family. They taught their children this song: 'Green is good and so is blue, yellow, purple, orange too!'.
Now they are called the Rainbow People.