Dependable, Primary, Intermediate, Rainy Day Ideas, Science Experiments, Creative Activities, Games, Writing Activities, Languages, Cooking
If readers are stuck inside on a rainy day they might want to grab this book, a friend, and a few simple supplies so they can get creative. If they like to write, they could try creating a comic from a pet’s point of view, writing a team limerick poem, or making up coded messages. If they are into outdoor stuff, they could go on a damp-day creature hunt, go for an outdoor swim, or go cloud-spotting. Those who love science could measure rainfall, create slime, or build a kite. More active readers could try some yoga poses or build an indoor circuit-training course. And if all they have is a short storm to weather, they could learn to say “hello” in five languages or play a new card game called Threes. This book has so many ideas to try, making it ideal for any day even when it’s not raining.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
"25 Fun Things to Do on a Rainy Day,"
Children's Book and Media Review: Vol. 41:
3, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/cbmr/vol41/iss3/2