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RAIN, RAIN, PLEASE STAY

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RAINDROP RHYTHMS
Let your children experiment with tapping on various objects to make raindrop sounds. Then start tapping a simple pattern, such as drip-drop-drip-drop, and invite the children to copy it. Move on to more challenging patterns, such as drip-drop-drop-drip, drip-drop-drop-drip, continuing as long as interest lasts.
 
RAIN IS FALLING
Tune: "London Bridge"

Rain is falling all around,
All around, all around.
Rain is falling all around.
Drip, drop, drip-drop.

Hear it falling round the town,
Round the town, round the town.
Hear it falling round the town.
Drip, drop, drip-drop.
Elizabeth Scofield


RAINDROP PLACE MATS

Invite your children to use blue crayons to dot "raindrops" all over pieces of plain paper. Have them also draw on a few puddles, if they like. Then let them use their raindrop papers for place mats at snack time.