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paper clouds (smaler and bigger)
paper rain drops
Take out your pencils, crayons, watercolors, brushes.
Cut out a big cloud and let them color it as they want.
When it's ready, put it aside to dry.
While the kids are painting, cut out one more cloud, bigger than the first one.
Cut several fabric ribbons (if not available, paper strips will do). Play with the width of the ribbon, cut various sizes.
Make a knot on each end, so they won't unweave.
Put some glue onto the top endings and stick them to the bigger cloud.
Don't forget to clap your hands, do you hear thunders?
A light spring rain or a thunderstorm, what's it gonna be?
Cut out drops of various sizes and attach them to the ribbons. Let the kids decide how long it's going to rain and how much.
If the first cloud is dry (if not take a blow dryer and blow dry it) glue it into the middle of the bigger one.
Be careful to cover all the places, where the ribbons are attached.
Finish the cloud as you wish
- big curious eyes
- wide smile
- little clouds)
And now put on your Wellington boots, open up the umbrellas and dance by the rain in the living room. It's raining men! Rain is not that bad, is it?