Best Books with a Rainy Day Theme:
The first thing I’d recommend for rainy days is a large stash of rainy day books. There are many great titles that celebrate rain, so why not take advantage of the moment. Here is a collection to get you started. (The link to this image on Pinterest was not correct though, so I will not share here.). Of these, I just love A Letter to Amy. You might also pull Come on, Rain by Karen Hesse, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs by Judi Barrett, and my all time favorite, Thunder Cake by Patricia Polacco.
Activities for Celebrating Rain
Once you’ve gathered your stash of books, you will want to have some print and go options. If you have these put together ahead of time, you will be completely relaxed when you’re stuck inside for the third day in a row. (well, maybe not completely, but more relaxed at least.). For printables, I like these freebie options. The first is a class book with graphic organizers. It is adorable!
Resources from Comprehension Connection:
Making Rainy Days Fun