These rainy summer day activities are great for play, encouraging movement, activity, and fun all while playing indoors.
Rainy Summer Day Activities!
This week was especially rainy and cool around here, so it was perfect timing for our special Rainy Summer Day play activity round-up. There are a ton of amazing activities listed here…Check them out below!
You know those days when the kids are out of school, they are picking on (and at) each other for FUN…when you really need to get outside and RUN, or SWIM, or play at the park…But it’s raining or TOO HOT to stay outside any longer???
And these words are coming at you non-stop…”I’m boooooored!” “I’m toooooo HOT!” Or maybe you just need a break from the regular summer line up and you are looking for new play and learning activities.
This list is sure to blast the boredom and do it completely Screen Free!
Now, check out these links for some awesome summer play activities:
Peanut Life Adventures: Create a summer bucket list
Tots and Me: Butterfly play theme
Howling At The Moon: Make a Clay Cat
Teach Beside Me: Fabric Hopscotch
Peanut Life Adventures: Bake Cookies
Little Bins for Little Hands: Create a whale and water themed sensory bin
Bible Fun For Kids: Study Creation
The Measured Mom: Make a Mini-book
The Measured Mom: Explore printables with your emergent reader
Fantastic Fun and Learning: Create an edible small world zoo
Mama to 5 Blessings: Create a knight’s castle
Fantastic Fun and Learning: Read a book and play activities along with the book’s theme
Teach Beside Me: Summer Boredom Busters
Gift of Curiosity: Learn about ladybugs
Mama to 5 Blessings: Create and Organize a dress-up area
Life With Moore Babies: Make a solar oven in a shoe box (save it for a sunny day 🙂
Preschool Powol Packets: Make a popsicle stick airplane
B-Inspired Mama: Play cleaning games with the kids
Teach Beside Me: Make a straw rocket
Gift of Curiosity: Learn about insect anatomy
Wildflower Ramblings: Create a sensory bin
Buggy and Buddy: Make a spirit wand
Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails: Make a Parrot handprint
Coffee With Us 3: Fine Motor Bean Craft
School Time Snippets: Start a math journal
Sorting Sprinkles: Play pirate activities
Teach Beside Me: Make a roller coaster board game
Crafty Journal: Make a DIY foam flier
Stir the Wonder: Paint with feathers
Buggy and Buddy: Create spin art
Toddling in the Fast Lane: Make a bird of paradise
Best Children’s Games: Play with building blocks
Campfires and Cleats: Make balloon animals
Craftulate: Make a shape matching game
Fun-A-Day: Bring a book to life
Teach Beside Me: Create a rainbow collage
Fluster Buster: Make banana ice cream
The Pinay Homeschooler: Learn about plants
Fun-A-Day: Make fizzy letters
23 thoughts on “Rainy Summer Day Activities”
Thanks for hosting!
Have a nice weekend!
Thank you for hosting and for including my Pirate Units in your Rainy Summer Days Boredom Busters! I'll keep the list handy. It's been raining so much in Germany lately! It will be more than a reference over here! 🙂
Thanks for hosting again! And thank you for including my foam flyer in your list of summer activities. Have a wonderful weekend!
Thanks for tagging our Math Journal in your round-up! Have a great weekend!
Thanks for including our dinosaur dig bin in your list of summer boredom busters.
Thanks so much for hosting! And, thanks so much for adding Creation to your featured list of activities! I really appreciate it! Thanks again!
Thanks for sharing my homemade placemat post! Lovely collection of ideas, looking forward to looking more 🙂
Thanks so much for featuring our Cute Little Ladybug Craft!
thanks for sharing our parrot!
and thank you for joining us 🙂
We get a lot of rainy weather in Pittsburgh, too. Enjoy!
It is such a fun idea! Thanks for joining us!
We can't wait to try it! Thanks for joining us 🙂
Always love your ideas 🙂
🙂 WE are happy that you join us here!
It is such a super cool play and learning idea!
Thanks for joining us !!
Thank you 🙂
That was such a fun little craft!! Can't wait to make one of our own!
Thanks for sharing 🙂
We LOVE your ideas, Jaime 🙂
This is totally on our short-list of things to do 🙂
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