By Lynn Gordon
Fifty two wet Day Activites positive aspects an array of relaxing and resourceful activities. This enjoyable pack is perfect for kids (and their mom and dad) caught inside of on a wet day.
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When it has completely dried, you can paint your creature. House of Cards Materials: Deck or two of playing cards or 3′ x 5′ index cards; Crayons, markers, or colored pencils You can make card houses from regular playing cards, but they can be slippery. They’re more stable if there is a one-inch cut on each side of the cards. Or, instead of cutting into playing cards, use index cards. Cut them in half, then cut slits in the middle of all four sides. You can draw pictures on the cards before you begin to build your houses or tall skyscrapers.
Cut out windows and doorways if you want. Paint your house. Use all the things you’ve found to make the furniture for the fairies. Fill the aluminum tray with potting soil. Press rocks into the dirt in the middle. Put your house on the rocks so it won’t get wet when you water your plants. Sprinkle grass seeds or beans on the dirt around the house. Water the seeds. Place in a sunny spot and watch as plants grow up around your fairy house. Look for tiny footprints. Seed and Pasta Pictures Materials: Pie tins; Glue; Paintbrush; Heavy paper; Different kinds of dry beans, rice, lentils, seeds, and small pasta; Black permanent marker Put your various beans and seeds in separate pie tins or boxes.
Take a walk around your house. Pretend to step over the door lintels and skylights and other things on the ceiling that you see in the mirror! Have a peek out the front door and see the dizzying sky reflected in your mirror! Caution: Be very careful not to trip over things that are on the floor while you are looking at the ceiling in the mirror. Don’t do this anywhere you could fall down stairs. Sock Puppets Materials: Socks; Solo mittens or gloves; Buttons; Glue or needle and thread; Pieces of felt or other fabric; Scissors Sock puppets are a good way to use those odd socks from the laundry and the partners to lost mittens and gloves.
52® Rainy Day Activities by Lynn Gordon