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Check out my @Behance project: "Rain Day (In Taoyuan)" https://www.behance.net/gallery/43333995/Rain-Day-(In-Taoyuan)

Check out my @Behance project: "Rain Day (In Taoyuan)" https://www.behance.net/gallery/43333995/Rain-Day-(In-Taoyuan)

DIY Rainy Day Paper Umbrellas from My Kids Guide

DIY Rainy Day Paper Umbrellas from My Kids Guide

Frugal April Fun Craft for Kids: DIY Rainy Day Paper Umbrellas: You can’t have rain without umbrellas, right? A great umbrella is the best part of a fun rainstorm. So whip up some mini umbrellas of your own to display.

Rain rain go away!  The cutest raindrop art and writing project.  Brightens up any classroom even on the cloudiest of days!

Rain rain go away! The cutest raindrop art and writing project. Brightens up any classroom even on the cloudiest of days!

DIY Glitter Rain boots, so cute!    This is awesome.  I am not exagerating...two days ago I found Judah's old rainboots and Aspen was wearing them and I wondered, "Hmmm I wonder if I can paint these to be girly?!" Will have to do this ASAP!

DIY Glitter Rain boots, so cute! This is awesome. I am not exagerating...two days ago I found Judah's old rainboots and Aspen was wearing them and I wondered, "Hmmm I wonder if I can paint these to be girly?!" Will have to do this ASAP!

DIY Project for the Kids: Make Homemade Strawberry Ice Cream in a Bag!

A DIY for the Kids: Strawberry Ice Cream in a Bag

Grilled Cheese with babycakes Pie Pop Maker

Grilled Cheese with babycakes Pie Pop Maker

Inspired by the melted crayon art, I created this splatter paint project so I could talk to my Kindergarteners about the weather in the spring, "April showers bring May flowers!" They LOOOVED getting messy with the splatter paint. And the kids who don't consider themselves artists loved that they didn't have to touch their brush to their paper! Lots of fun! Instructions can be found below in the comments!

Inspired by the melted crayon art, I created this splatter paint project so I could talk to my Kindergarteners about the weather in the spring, "April showers bring May flowers!" They LOOOVED getting messy with the splatter paint. And the kids who don't consider themselves artists loved that they didn't have to touch their brush to their paper! Lots of fun! Instructions can be found below in the comments!

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