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|FAMILY|Holiday rainy day kit



The weather forecast for this week in Wales is looking pretty bleak!  I thought I'd bring along some activities to keep T occupied in case we're rained in.   I've put them in a small bag and he's not seen most of these before, just to make them a little more exciting!


First I have printed some number worksheets from TheMeasuredMum oh how I wish I'd have come up with these, they are such a great idea, a bit of colouring, stickers, bingo pen stamping and circling all on each sheet. I really must for any parents trying to help out with learning numbers. 

I've added some new pens and some stickers from stickerstocker.com


This weekends Weekend Box always guaranteed to find a couple of easy activities in there.


Card games, we will probably use the snap cards to play 'pairs' more than snap and won't use the playing cards, but T loves cards so I know he'll want to play with these. 


This little kit is for an upcoming review post, any little craft kit could be used. 


Hama beads, I've found some great ninja turtles patterns so we'll give those a go (also packed travel iron!)

So there are the activities in our kit, with a bit of luck we won't need them, but in all likelihood we will ;)

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16 comments :

  1. Coming from someone who is RIDICULOUSLY organised, this is such an amazing idea. I'm definitely going to make rainy day kits for holidays. There are some great links here to other places. I've never heard of weekend boxes before. What a brilliant idea! x

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    1. Thanks so much Chloe, there would be nothing worse than to be stuck in a lodge in the wet for day with a whiney 3yo ;)

      If you'd like to try a weekend box for free try this https://www.weekendboxclub.com/refer?r=LEANDRA13146 xx

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  2. Its always a good idea to tae stuff to do, especially if its not looking good weather wise! I love the hama beads, i can't wait to do them with M! :-) #toddlerapprovedtuesday

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  3. Great ideas. You can never go wrong with stickers and I'll also be trying out those ninja turtle patterns #Toddlerapprovedtuesday

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  4. This is brilliant! We have a making box chock full of all this stuff, and it has saved our bacon many a rainy day xx

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  5. What a brilliant idea - got to be better than moping around watching tv if the weather is bad. You'll never get him outside when indoors activities are this much fun :) #myfavouritepost
    Debbie
    www.myrandommusings.blogspot.com

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  6. Hope you don't need them, but if you do, you're all set. Brilliant. Have a great week #ToddlerApprovedTuesday.

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  7. Think I need to get organised and sort one of these out for the summer holidays :) #ToddlerApprovedTuesday

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  8. I love this Leandra, will be copying and packing it away in the caravan!

    #ToddlerApprovedTuesday (why yes I am commenting ON TUESDAY!!!!)

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  9. Great ideas, I love the weekend box too and Hama beads are fantastic! Hope you have a great holiday! :) xx

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  10. Fab idea for a rainy day selection as you never know with holidays in this country! Great ideas here :)

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  11. Stealing these for travelling! On my own. With 2 kids.yikes!!!!xx

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  12. I think I'll be using these ideas when we go away with our one x

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  13. What a great kit - definitely looks like you have thought of a bit of everything. I hope you don't really have to use it too much. Thank you for linking to #PoCoLo x

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  14. This is so helpful! Half term starts now and I dont know what to I will be doing with my son! Now I have some ideas =) #pocolo

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  15. You are really prepared. My daughter would love all these, especially the stickers. Thanks for linking up with #MyFavouritePost

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