Rain on a summer day make it a beautiful summer day. We can take advantage of fun at home. Or we can get a little soggy and make amazing memories.
For the Summer to Remember Adventure No. 5, the prompt is
You can use this adventure prompt around town, through creative play, or in a book. Even if it doesn’t rain this week (but hopefully it does!), we can benefit from the rain at the Farmer’s Markets or in our garden.
Adventures Around Town
Visit a Public Garden
Check a local Sculpture Garden
Explore a Farmer’s Market
Adventures Through Creative Play
Plant a garden with your kids. It’s not to late!
Take advantage of the rain to get started (or keep going with) the Twin Cities Summer Reading Programs
Hopefully, we will have a rainy day this week and you can take advantage of our Rainy Day Guide.
Adventures In a Book
Read a Bel the Weather Girl book by local children’s author and meterologist Belinda Jensen.
There are six to choose from. If you want one that is specifically about rain, read A Party for Clouds: Thunderstoms or Weather Clues in the Sky: Clouds.
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