14 THINGS TO DO ON A RAINY DAY

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It’s raining, it’s pouring, your day feels really boring—and you’re racking your brain for what to do on a rainy day.

When the forecast is grim, whether it’s thunderstorms or a blizzard, cabin fever can set in fast. You can curl up with a great book or binge-watch an entire season of something, but, let’s face it, sometimes you want different, fun things to do at home. And if you have kids, you’re going to need a long menu of options.

Rainy season

These ideas are good for families, groups of friends or roommates, or kids on their own (hallelujah!). There are relaxing activities—because when do you ever get the time to relax?—plus delicious ideas for eating and drinking. We’ve got games that require nothing more than your imagination. And for parents: entertaining projects for the kids that don’t involve video games (although one does involve mini marshmallows).

So, forget about the soccer tournament that’s going to have to be rescheduled, ignore the yard work you were planning to do, put on your coziest pajamas, and pick one of these things to do at home. Embrace the day as time to recharge and reconnect with people you love. And don’t worry. The sun will (probably) come out tomorrow.

Have an Indoor Treasure Hunt

Children in the house? Keep their rainy day lively with a treasure hunt. Make one set of clues for every player. Each clue leading to the next one and, finally, to the treasure. Seal them in envelopes marked with a clue number (i.e., 2/7, or “two of seven”); this will help the treasure hunters keep track. Whoever solves the clues first and finds the treasure—a small toy, an IOU for a movie, maybe a cache of coins (regular or chocolate)—is the winner. Or have your kids play as a team to solve the clues and uncover the treasure together.

Create a Town in a Cardboard Box

If you have a giant cardboard box, why not draw a town on the bottom of the box, with roads, tracks, bridges, parks, car-parks, etc. Add some wooden building blocks, cars, trains and some wooden/plastic animals. And let your kid’s imagination run wild. Older kids could help with decorating/creating the scene.

Tidy out the Playroom

May sound like a chore to start, but as the kids start to find toys, they hadn’t seen for a while, they will get in on the fun! Only precaution is be prepared to finish the tidying on your own, as they go off to play with some “long-lost” toy!

Make shadow shapes

Turn off the lights, close the curtains, and with the help of a torch, take turns making shadow shapes on the walls, with your hands. See who can make the best shape.

Invite your friends over and cook a themed dinner:
You brought home some interesting recipes from your last trip? And our best friend is a master cocktail-maker? Looks like you have the perfect ingredients for a night of food from whichever country you choose.

Make Paper Aeroplanes

All you need to make paper aeroplanes is paper and pens. First fold your paper aeroplane and then the kids can draw the pilots at the front and the passengers looking out of the windows. Then have a Paper Aeroplane race and see whose gets furthest.
Photo Albums & Photos

Kids (and adults) love looking at old photos and hearing stories, so find those old photo albums and have a look at the past. A real winner in our house is to give each child their own photo album, and let them choose their own photos for it – a great entertainer on a rainy day! They can get creative with their own albums, decorating the covers and pages.

Play dress-up

You can let the kids use their dress-up boxes, but more fun is to let them loose in your wardrobes. Ideally drag out some of your older clothes, that are not fashionable anymore, but that doesn’t mean your little one won’t love running around in them!

Get Crafty

It’s a good idea to have an Art Supplies Box that you keep for rainy days, filled with glitter, glue, pom-poms, stickers, pipe cleaners, and let them get creative. If they don’t know what to make/draw/paint give them a topic to get them started.

Go Camping in the Great Indoors!

What child doesn’t love building a princess castle or a fortress indoors? Pick a room in the house that you don’t mind being rearranged for a few hours, and use sheets and blankets and lots of pegs to secure them as a roof between tables, sofas and chairs. Let them decorate, bring in their toys, books, and perhaps even enjoy a picnic lunch in their camp.

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