In the craziness I like to call life, I ran out of time to show you the neat craft I did with my son's class for St. Patrick's Day. It started with this rainbow of colorful yarn...
I originally saw this idea at Filth Wizardry to use that rubbery shelf liner as a sewing medium. What a fantastic idea! It works great for kids who are learning and practicing simple stitches. I loved how she drew pictures on the shelf liner, and used the rainbow to fit in with our St. Patrick's Day craft.
The kids all worked really hard on this - boys and girls alike! I cut out a cloud for the kids to stitch to one side of their rainbow and a pot for the other end. They each got a few Rolos to add as gold to their pots also. It ended up being a two day project but everyone was able to take home their beautiful rainbow, complete with pot of gold.
Here is my son's finished project!