Sort Rainy Day Games
Hide things around the house for your children to find.
Build a pillow or blanket fort and do fun activities inside them.
Use a chair, an elastic band and a paper clip to launch paper airplanes.
Use cardboard and tape to design a course to race your marbles through.
Use a tennis ball and some empty water or soda bottles to make a bowling lane.
Make targets along the floor for the kids to try and throw the beanbags into.
This classic experiment never ceases to ignite amazement in a child.
Let your kids feel like archaeologists for the day.
Use pillows and a couple of Dad's t-shirts to turn your kids into sumo wrestlers.
Condensed milk and food dye means very colorful toast.
Make a dollhouse out of a shoebox.
Marshmallows and pretzel sticks can be used make some pretty tasty houses.
What better activity on a rainy day than cozying up to a fire and making s'mores.
This will likely smell a lot better than the kind you get at the store.
Match the weather outside with this nifty craft.
Use paper plates and balloons to turn your living room into a badminton court.
A high-energy way for kids to learn new words.
Create festive flags and be creative with indoor obstacles.
Let the kids draw a playful scene on what might otherwise be a dreary day.
Oh no, the floor is now lava!
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