Rain day activities for kids
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Our pick of fun rainy day activities picked by parents are easy to do, budget-friendly and use things you most likely have around the house.
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Rainy Day Kids Activities with 2 downloadable free printables including indoor scavenger hunt for kids and preschoolers
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Rain Cloud Gravity Painting for Kids: a fun and easy process art activity (#spring #kidscraft #kidsart #kindergarten #preschool)
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Spread the loveRain, rain, please don’t go away. We are ready for some rain themed crafts and play. Not everybody likes rainy days. Once that first drop falls, many people run for cover, but not…Continue Reading…
27 Must Try Rainy Day Activities! Rainy Day Activities For Kids, Activities For Toddlers, Activities For Preschoolers, Making Learning Fun
Best Active Indoor Activities For Kids | Fun Gross Motor Games and Creative Ideas For Winter (snow days!), Spring (rainy days!) or for when Cabin Fever strikes | Awesome Boredom Busters and Brain Breaks for Toddlers, Preschool and beyond
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This paper web activity is great for a rainy day and is great fun for all ages! This is an idea I adapted from an activity where a parent taped crepe paper ribbons over a child's doorway on their birthday, so the child has to break through a paper web to get out of their room. But why wait for a birthday?!? This was a really fun indoor surprise activity for my son. At the end of F's nap time, I used a roll of blue crepe paper and taped lengths of it at different angles to the hallway outside…
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