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7. Go on a rainy day nature hunt. A rainy day can present a whole new environment for kids to explore. Grab your umbrellas, rain boots and magnifying glass to discover the changing environment.
Perhaps ask the kids what certain animals would do on a rainy day and challenge them to think where they would be found. Catch Frogs and Fish. Rainy days are perfect for fishing and frog-catching if you have access to a pond, stream, or lake.
If not, take a walk on a paved sidewalk or trail and keep an eye out for stranded earthworms. Most kids love gently “rescuing” a worm from the pavement and returning it to the grass or dirt. Leapfrog to the puddles.
For those who really want to enjoy the splashing, try to jump from puddle to puddle! This might only work on really rainy days, but it’s kind of fun pretending the ground is lava and the puddles are safety. 25 Rainy Day Activities for Kids. 1. Have a rain parade.
Put on your best boots, grab an umbrella, and march out in the rain singing your favorite songs. 2. Have a splashing contest. Find the perfect puddle and see who can jump in and make the biggest splash. 3.
Play with Water Toys in Puddles. Get the kids outside playing in the rain with some of their favorite pool or bath toys. Bath toys are fun for kids to play with in puddles outside on a rainy day.
My daughter has an aquabot fish that she. 20 Amazing Indoor Activities for Kids’ Rainy-Day Fun. Cabin fever, be gone! By Marisa LaScala. Mar 13, 2020 Getty Images.
Not to fear the sixty-five indoor activities for kids listed below are the perfect remedy to a snowy or rainy day. They generally use common materials found in most family homes and kids ages 6+ should be able to do the majority of these activities independently with little or no help from you. Rainy day activities don’t need to involve time, equipment or ‘new’ things – sometimes something simple is just what the kids need. Build a den out of the sofa cushions, chairs, clothes rack with a blanket draped over or create a fort out of a big cardboard box with packing tape to hold the sides together. #4. For most families, a rainy day means being cooped up inside, quiet activities like watching movies, playing video games, making puzzles, or reading a book.
But just because it’s wet outside doesn’t mean you have to spend your day indoors. With some creativity, you can turn a little rain into a lot of fun. Staying Active on Rainy Days.
Invite opportunities for role play by adding different sized, shaped and textured sponges to the outdoor area on a rainy day along with a few buckets and squeegees and ask the children to become window cleaners while it rains on the windows! This also works well as a car and bike wash activity. 10.
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