Kids Are Putting Up Rainbows on Windows While Quarantined

Families might be stuck inside their homes due to COVID-19 concerns, but you can still share some love during this challenging time.

Around the world, children are leaving rainbow art on their windows as a message of hope. Some of these colorful displays include encouraging words like “Let’s all be well” or “It will be okay.” You can create your own rainbow masterpiece by using any kind of art materials (window markers, construction paper, etc.). Let your kids show off their creativity! Here are some Chicago families who already joined the movement:


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Do you have a rainbow on your window? Tag us @chicagoparent or use #sharechicagoparent on Instagram so we can share more rainbows from Chicago families! 🌈

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