It is going to be a rainy weekend in Nashville. We don’t have any big weekend plans except soccer, which I expect is going to be rained out. I have a feeling we will be busting out the craft supplies to do some of these rainy day activities.
This inspiring round-up of rainy day activities has tons of hands-on fun. From cotton ball art to homemade harmonicas, you’ll get lots of ideas to create with items we all have at home. Be sure to pin this post to reference again and again.
21 Rainy Day Activities & Crafts Kids Will Love
Kids Activities Blog – Paper Plate Tennis
Dandee Designs – Toddler Sewing Cards
Powerful Mothering – DIY Marble Run
Frugal Fun 4 Boys – Laundry Basket Skee Ball
Toddler Approved – Indoor Counting Croquet
733 Blog – Angry Bird Soda Can Game
About Family Crafts – I Spy Game
Artsy Craftsy Mom – Rainy Day Collage
A Mother Thing – Exploding Rainbows Activity
Doodle Craft Blog – Puffy Paint Wristbands
Creative Capital B – Pin the Bird on the Tree
The Craft Train – 6 Awesome Paper Cup Instruments
Make It Love It – Craft Stick Harmonicas
Domestic Mommyhood – Cotton Ball Painting
Brassy Apple – DIY Laser Maze
Learn With Play at Home – Plastic Bottle Number Bowling
Your Modern Family – Shower Curtain Racetrack
Happy Hooligans – Paper Plate Yarn Weaving
From ABCs to ACTs – DIY Circus Ring Toss
Buggy and Buddy – Marble Run Science Project
What rainy day activities do your children enjoy?
More Helpful Posts
I’ve written several other posts that might be helpful during this time.
Online Learning & Craft Kits for Kids at Home: This post is full of tons of free and affordable resources to educate and entertain your kids while schools are shut down.
Hand Sanitizer + Free Cleaning, Beauty or Baby Products: Check out this offer from Grove Collaborative to get $30 in free products with any order of $20 or more. With everything from paper towel to vitamins to hand sanitizer, you can get it all from Grove.
Free Kindle Unlimited: Amazon has extended its free offer for Kindle Unlimited. Especially perfect if you are homebound now, especially because they have so many books for kids and adults.
$35 off Home Chef: Get fresh ingredients to make amazing meals at home. Your first box is $35 off, making it as low as $14.80. We have used this service since November and it is awesome.
Read Your Books Challenge: With libraries across America closing or already closed, this is the perfect opportunity to join the #ReadYourBooks challenge and read more of the books you already own. Get the details + free printables here.
Activities to Do With Kids on School Break: Most of these are still applicable, even if you are staying home.