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    Default crap weather - what do you do with young kids?

    its almost mid november and victoria puts forward some of its well known finest spring weather....its winter again!

    Just when we were getting used to enjoying the outdoors again. Parks, bike rides, playgrounds, picnics, water play, pool, bbq's, general outside play....and my house is keeping its self some what clean and tidy (because everyone is eating and playing outside or we are not home!!!)......the weather turns crap!

    So what do others do with their young pre-school kids at home, when the forecast is set for rain and 16 degrees all week?
    Im feeling miserable and im sick of this weather!!! Im out of "indoor activity ideas"...... being outside is so much easier lol

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    Playdough, painting, craft, puzzles, chalkboard, drawing, reading, dvds, baking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    Playdough, painting, craft, puzzles, chalkboard, drawing, reading, dvds, baking.
    .....and the next day?

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    Do it all again, in a different order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefie View Post
    .....and the next day?
    Duplo, blocks, dinosaurs, and repeat.

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    Rug up and go outside anyway!!

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    Go to play centers, shopping centers, library, museum, indoor pool. Go out with gumboots and brolly and go jumping in puddles. At the moment it's wet but not cold so if I had a back yard I would just let them go out and get wet and muddy. Nothing a strip off and a bath won't fix!

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    Go outside anyway. Might mean extra washing but at least you aren't all crazy.


 

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