It’s almost spring, y’all! And with it comes not only warm weather, but also lots of rainy days. That’s why I put together this list of 10 spring rainy day activities for kids.
When you’re trapped in the house with your little kids, here’s a list of fun things to do. You’ll find ideas for things to do on a rainy day at home with your toddler or preschooler.
It’s slowly starting to warm up as we get closer to spring. And because of that, I’ve been searching the archives looking for rainy day activities for preschoolers.
So if you’ve ever asked yourself how can I keep my toddler busy indoors or what can I do with my 4-year-old on a rainy day, then look further.
Here’s a list of 10 quick & easy spring rainy day activities for kids. A lot of these are process art experiences, which means that your little kids will get plenty of playtime before the activity is over.
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And that’s of course awesome for you because that means that you can sit down and enjoy her coffee while it’s still hot. You know, because that’s kinda rare these days.
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More awesome preschool activities for every season:
10 Insanely Easy Spring Rainy Day Activities for Kids
10 Epic Summer Activities for Kids That You Won’t Want To Miss
10 Fantastic Fall Activities To Look Forward To As The Weather Gets Cooler
10 Wonderful Winter Activities for Inspiring Indoor Play
I’ve included lots of spring preschool themes in this list. There’s everything from birds and bugs to weather and gardening. Are you ready?
And that’s a wrap! I hope you enjoy checking out each of these quick & easy spring rainy day activity with your kids. After all, your little kids will have a blast exploring all of these fun spring themes.
Remember to save this post for the next time that you’re looking for things to do with your kids on a rainy day.
Don’t forget to stop by next week if you’re interested in seeing what we’re up to with preschool homeschool!