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9 Kid-Friendly Crafts for a Rainy Day
Rainy days can make anyone restless, but especially young children who have lots of energy. When it's pouring outside, make playing inside fun with these super simple rainy day crafts. Most of these projects need minimal supplies and a lot of the items are things you likely already have in your pantry or art supply stash. These fun crafts may even have your kiddos crossing their fingers for another rainy day tomorrow!Continue to 2 of 10 below.
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Simple Sewing Drawstring Bag
Get sewing with a simple drawstring bag project. The straightforward stitching required to sew drawstring pouches makes this craft ideal for kids (and even adults) who are just beginning to sew. Use the finished pouches to store art supplies, beads, a rock collection, or anything else that strikes your child's fancy.Continue to 3 of 10 below.
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Rainy Day Duck Craft
This cute rainy day duck is all ready for the rain! Preschoolers will love this bright, colorful project––and you'll love it because it doesn't require any complicated techniques or expensive supplies.Continue to 4 of 10 below.
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Painted Muppet Rocks
Aren't these Muppet rocks the cutest? They are really easy to replicate and make with your kiddos. Once it stops raining, go for a walk and hide them around your backyard or neighborhood.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Paper Roll Animals
Easy craft alert! Take your old toilet paper rolls and turn them into these adorable paper roll animals! If you keep a craft cabinet stocked, try to remember to always save toilet paper and paper towel rolls. They have endless uses and are perfect supplies for fun rainy day art and crafts projects. Save enough of them and soon you'll be able to craft your own zoo!Continue to 6 of 10 below.
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DIY Rainy Day Paper Umbrellas
Stick with the rainy day theme by crafting cute rainy day paper umbrellas out of pipe cleaners and cupcake liners. It's an easy craft for your littles and will be a fun activity to pass the time. The umbrellas are just the right size for dolls.Continue to 7 of 10 below.
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Rainbow Rainy Day Art
After the rain comes the rainbow! Paint colorful rainbow art with this fun project that uses the rain to make the actual rainbow. Once they have dried (and the rain has stopped), hang these colorful pictures in your home for pretty spring decorations.Continue to 8 of 10 below.
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Easy Marshmallow Catapults
Turn your house into a sweet catapult zone with these DIY marshmallow catapults. They are the perfect crafts to do on a rainy day for kids who love to build things. And if it's a cold rainy day, you can pop the marshmallows into mugs of hot chocolate when they're done playing.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Rubber Band Printing
Use rubber bands to make a super cool print with paint. Your kids will really love this simple craft. Each print will be different and this project uses basic supplies you likely have in your house.Continue to 10 of 10 below.
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Recycled Paper Beads
This recycled paper bead project is a great way to use up craft materials that have accumulated around the house. First, find different colored and textured paper to paint and color, then roll your custom beads, and finally get stringing. Make necklaces, keychains, bracelets, earrings, and more.