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Rainy day art attack! Fun indoor activities to keep kids entertained.


The pitter-patter of rain on the windowpane, the cozy chill in the air, and the promise of muddy puddles outside... While rainy days can be magical, they can also leave little ones bouncing off the walls with pent-up energy. Fear not, creative parents! This is the perfect time to unleash your inner artist and embark on a rainy day art attack, transforming your living room into a vibrant, messy (in the best way possible) wonderland.

Masterpieces on a Mission:

  • Cardboard Creations: Dig out that old Amazon box and let imaginations run wild. Transform it into a rocket ship, pirate ship, or even a cozy cardboard castle. Decorate with paints, markers, and leftover fabric scraps. Bonus points for homemade costumes and a cardboard crown for the reigning cardboard monarch!

  • Sock Puppet Extravaganza: Raid the sock drawer and breathe life into lonely socks with googly eyes, buttons, and yarn hair. Put on a sock puppet show with your little ones, retelling classic fairytales or inventing their own wacky adventures. Don't forget to capture their sock-tastic performance on camera!

  • Rain Drop Symphony: Grab some empty glass jars or bottles and collect the pitter-patter of rain! Add different amounts of water and experiment with spoons, chopsticks, or even toothpicks to create your own rainy day orchestra. Close your eyes and let the music of the raindrops transport you to a world of your own.

  • Sensory Play Dough: Let little hands get squishing with a batch of homemade play dough. Experiment with different colors, textures (add glitter!), and scents (vanilla extract for yummy treats!). Roll, flatten, cut, and create – the possibilities are endless!

  • Splatter Painting Extravaganza: Cover surfaces with newspapers or plastic sheets and unleash your inner Jackson Pollocks! Dip brushes, sponges, even vegetables in paint and let the splattering commence. Bonus points for creating a collaborative canvas, where everyone's splatter becomes part of a larger masterpiece.

  • Bubble Wrap Bonanza: Tape bubble wrap to the wall or floor and let the bubble-bursting fun begin. Use it as a giant canvas for finger painting, or create a hopscotch mat with different colored bubbles. You can even write messages or draw pictures by popping specific bubbles – a secret code only you and your little ones can understand!

Remember: Rainy day art attacks are all about embracing the mess and letting creativity flow. Don't worry about perfection; celebrate the process and enjoy the giggles, squeals, and maybe even a few paint-splattered noses.

After all that artistic exertion, why not browse the amazing collection of children's art on CAMI, an online gallery dedicated to showcasing the boundless creativity of young artists? You might just find some inspiration for your next rainy day masterpiece!

So, the next time the rain comes drumming down, don't despair! Grab your art supplies, put on your creative hats, and let the rainy day art attack commence! The only limit is your imagination.

And don't forget to check out CAMI for a dose of pure artistic inspiration!


Share your Child's art with the Children’s Art Museum of India


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