Rainy Day Activities
Rainy Day Activities has everything you need to make being stuck inside fun! Filled with quiet games to create relaxing moments, active games to get the wiggles out, and games that require no materials at all. Excerpted from Transition Tips and Tricks, Rainy Day Activities is just the thing to chase away the rainy-day-blues!
Teachers of Preschool through 2nd Grade
Before & After School Programs
Jean Feldman has been actively involved in education for over 30 years as a classroom teacher, teacher trainer, consultant, and author. She is the author of several early childhood books, including Transition Time and Transition Tips and Tricks. Jean lives in Dunwoody, Georgia.
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