On a very rainy day, a make-believe version of the same with something for outside and something for inside:
A coverall for splashing.
A pair of boots for most any kind of weather.
A rainy day book for snuggling.
A marble track for building.
A bag of marbles for rolling.
A striped long-sleeve for staying cozy.
A smock for messes.
A set of paints for color.
In an effort to ground all of this make-believing in something a bit more down to earth, here are three things to do to ensure that kids—on rainy days or otherwise—have the resources that they need to succeed:
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