April showers bring May flowers, but that does not always mean that you and your children have to get cabin fever! Don’t let a small drizzle bring your parade down. Whether it is raining cats and dogs or barely drizzling, I like to make the most out of any type of wet day. I am not talking about staying inside andreading a book, writing, watching movies or playingvideo games. As long as there is no lightning, why not consider these outdoor activities that have been designed especially for those boring rainy days?
8. Go outside and Play!
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Adults have a tendency to discourage children from jumping in mud puddles. Youngsters are going to be excited and surprised when you start a splash contest! Grab those rain boots and raincoats and see who can make the biggest splash of water.