Rain, rain, go away! This week’s theme for our A to Z Tot School series is U for an umbrella! We’ve gathered a week of plans to get you started.
The play activities are more child-directed and the learning activities require a little more adult supervision. These plans will cover a range of developmental skills including language, sensory, cognitive, creative and early science.
PLAY ACTIVITIES WITH UMBRELLAS FOR TODDLERS
Sunday: Rainy Day Collage| Artsy Craftsy Mom
Monday: Rainy Day Nursery Rhymes | Let’s Play Kids’ Music
Tuesday: Under the Umbrella
Wednesday: Weather Sensory Bottles| Twodaloo
Thursday: Weather Sensory Bin| Fun A Day
Friday: Umbrella Paint Activity and Song| Imagination Express
Saturday: Paper Plate Umbrella Craft| Learning 4 Kids
LEARNING ACTIVITIES WITH UMBRELLAS FOR PRESCHOOLERS
Sunday: Letter U Maze Printable| Simple Fun for Kids
Monday: Exploring Raindrops and Clouds| Teach Preschool
Tuesday: Umbrella Number and Shape Match Printable| Our Home Creations
Wednesday: Umbrella Number Clip Cards | Childcare Land
Thursday: Weather Printable Pack| 3 Dinosaurs
Friday: Letter U for Umbrella Activities| Confessions of a Homeschooler
Saturday: Umbrella Fine Motor Play
EXTRA ACTIVITIES TO TRY
Coffee Filter Umbrella Craft| B Inspired Mama
Raindrop Sun Catcher| Pre-K Pages
FAVORITE BOOKS ABOUT UMBRELLAS
FAVORITE UMBRELLA TOYS AND WEATHER EXPLORATION TOYS
Travel Umbrella, 10 Rib Strong Enough Wind Resistant Frame, Collapsible, Compact and Durable, Lightweight and Cute (Rainbow)Melissa & Doug Giddy Buggy Umbrella for Kids With Safety Open and Close18 Inch Sophia’s Doll Beach 10 Pc. Set of Pretend Play Doll Sun Umbrella, Kite, Towel, Beach Ball, Bucket, Shovel, Sunscreen, Water Bottle & Lounge Chair, for American Dolls & More! Doll Furniture SetAdventure Science series: Wacky WeatherToday Is Children’s Calendar Wall Chart by Alma’s Design – Red
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Amy is a former teacher turned stay-at-home mom and writer. She loves sharing what she knows about family, play and early learning. When she’s not at her computer you can find her spending family time, organizing or decorating her home, reading a good self-help book or pretending she knows how to cook but she usually leaves that to her awesome husband!