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Why is the sky blue? Why do zebras have black and white stripes? And what makes a rainbow...a rainbow? In this adventure, we’re exploring the world in all its bright, beautiful colors.

For Grown-Ups

What You’ll Need

Your CKJR Toolkit. What’s in the Toolkit?
  • Blocks (plastic, wooden, cardboard, magnetic—anything to build with!)
  • Play Doh (store bought or homemade)
  • A bin for water, plus cups, scoops, and spoons
  • Figurines (small animals, dinosaurs, or people)
  • A big roll or pad of paper
  • Washable paints, crayons, markers, and any other easy-to-clean art supplies


  • Ice cube tray or muffin tin
  • Paint brushes
  • Red, yellow, and blue food coloring
  • Paper towels
  • White vinegar
  • Baking soda
  • Empty spray or squeeze bottle
  • Cutting and shaping tools (like straws, spoons, and plastic knives for old-enough campers)
  • A medicine dropper (optional)

Family Activity

This weekend, get outside together and play some old-school color games, like Red Light, Green Light or Color Tag. If it’s rainy, take a look at these printable coloring pages from Crayola for kids and grown-ups alike.