Category - Rain

Enjoy those dreary, rainy days this spring with our clever rain crafts, educational rain activities, and even fun rain kids activities for children of all ages!

Bubble Wrap Rain Craft

This outrageously fun Bubble Wrap Rain Craft is as fun to make as it beautiful and clever to display! This umbrella craft is perfect for toddler, preschool, prek, kindergarten, and 1st grade students...

Impressionism Art Project for Kids

Kids will love this simple Impressionism Art project for kids that is fun and simple to make. They will love making this rain art during the spring, summer, or fall seasons when their is rain in the...

Beautiful Bleeding Tissue Paper Rain Craft

Kids will love this fun-to-make Beautiful Bleeding Tissue Paper Rain Craft! It is simple to make with endless options for more beautiful art projects to make in the rain.

Spring Multiplication Math Craft

Kids will have fun practicing multiplication with this FREE printable Spring Multiplication Math Craft perfect for 4th grade, 5th grade, and even 6th grade students.

Clouds and Rainbow Craft

Today we are sharing a fun Clouds and Rainbow Craft for kids to make! This is the perfect craft to make while learning about weather, Saint Patrick’s Day, during the month of March, or Spring...

FREE ABC Raindrop Matching

Print out this fun and simple letter matching printable to help your child learn the uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet!  Your preschool and/or kindergarten child will love this cute and...

44+ Rainy Day Activities

Rain in the forecast? Get ready to have the BEST day ever with these fun, creative and unique rainy day activities for kids of all ages!

FREE April Showers Number Sense

Kids will have fun learning about number sense with this fun, April Showers Number Sense math activity for preschool, prek, and kindergarten. 

How Big is a Raindrop Science Experiment

Have your kids ever wondered how big is a rain drop? Here is a really fun science experiment for older kids to use STEM to measure how big a raindrop is.   How big is a raindrop? This science...