What's the best rainy day activity to keep kids from becoming bored?
I wrote a hub about it called "30 Fun Rainy-Day Activities for Kids." Not sure if it's OK to post a link, but here it is...
http://smartandfun.hubpages.com/hub/Rai … s-for-Kids
I've included 30 ideas, everything from making your own picture book to building a tent out of blankets to writing a letter to the President of the USA. Have fun!
I also wrote a hub about this, with 20 fun suggestions. I hope you enjoy it.
http://seafarermama.hubpages.com/hub/Ra … Activties\
How about something like an Easter egg hunt or scavenger hunt? you can modify it to your house layout, and what supplies you have readily available.
by buckleupdorothy 6 years ago
What is your favorite rainy day activity? Either by yourself, with children, etc.Rainy days can be especially frustrating as summer nears, but they also offer great opportunities to take a day off from your usual routine. How do you like to spend yours?
by ladeda 6 years ago
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by puregrace 8 years ago
Why are children always saying, "I'm bored," or "that's boring" ?It seems they say this when there is plenty for them to do, like clean their rooms or help someone out, but choose not to. How should we encourage them to see that the boredom comes from within, their attitude to...
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