When the children are getting restless and the noise levels are going up and up and you are thinking about how to get through the day, it's time to bring in some new ideas and fresh activities.
Here's help. Below are lots of teacher ideas of experiences you can give to children and activities to do on wet and cold weather days.
In every activity and experience there is potential for extension to increase children's learning of related concepts, language, and skills (e.g. maths, science, drama, visual art, music, gross-motor and fine-motor).
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