No need for them to be stuck inside when it’s raining out! They can still get some air on warm summer rainy days. Dress them in raincoats or a body suit, and your kids won’t be afraid to get a little wet.
6. Playing in puddles with rain boots on
7. Water games
Create an outdoor water game, using empty bottles with a piece cut away or a hole pierced in them so you can attach them to a fence with Ty-Wraps, at different heights. Here’s an example.
8. Hunting for earthworms
Humidity brings earthworms out of hiding. Find them at the curb, at the edges of your ornamental borders or hedges, or under rocks. Put them in a jar with holes in the lid. Once the hunt is over, you can release them back into nature or keep them in a jar filled with soil. They can be used as bait the next time you go fishing.
9. Harry Potter’s world
10. Online games
Search museums, science centres, etc. on the Web – they often have online exploration and discovery games.