Rainy Day Fun
A rainy day presents a great opportunity to use your imagination and have some indoor fun. Science experiments with household items can be cool: You can create a liquid rainbow or a cloud in a jar, or try making a homemade rain gauge or your own rain stick. Thunder and lightning can be loud and sometimes scary, but if you learn more about how they work, they might not be so frightening.
Do you like camping? How about turning your living room into a campsite? Set up your sleeping bags and make snacks. Maybe your mom or dad can help you make s’mores with graham crackers, chocolate bars and toasted marshmallows. Find these and other terrific ideas at 26 Rainy Day Activities for Kids, mykidsadventures.com/rainy-day-activities.
Did you know that you can make your own play dough? It just takes a few simple ingredients. Make sure an adult is available to help. You will find The Best PlayDough Recipe at kidsactivitiesblog.com/206/play-dough.
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