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Rainbow Facts For Kids


1. A rainbow is a multicolored arc that forms in the sky when the sun shines through the rain.

2. The colors of the rainbow are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet.

3. Scientist Isaac Newton explained how a rainbow occurs.

4. When the sun is lower, the rainbow will be higher in the sky.

5. We cannot touch a rainbow because it has no physical appearance.

6. Rainbows are more visible in tropical locations and by waterfalls.

7. Earth is the only planet in the solar system where rainbows are possible.

8. According to Greek mythology, the rainbow is a bridge between heaven and earth.

9. Double rainbows occur when light bounces inside the water droplet more than once.

10. Rainbows are the universal symbol of peace and harmony.


 

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