Weather Crafts and Activities: Tuesday Tutorials

Welcome back to Tuesday Tutorials, I hope you’ve all had a fab week and have been making and doing lots of marvellous things! The weather here over the Easter weekend was totally undecided with rain, wind and sunshine, so inspired by that and some of the posts linked up last week I’m sharing a fun round up of weather crafts and activities. Hopefully it will inspire the weather to show it’s nicer side more often too?!

weather crafts and activities

This Frozen themed erupting snow from Paging Fun Mums looks like so much fun! One to try out with my kids I think.

This rainy day umbrella craft that In The Playroom linked up is super cute!

Watch how weather happens with this fun activity, a rain cloud jar from Coffee Cups and Crayons.

My kids made this cute handprint sun craft together!

I love this sponge art rainbow from Hands On As We Grow, looks like so much fun to paint with!

Buddy and Buggy’s Thunderstorm Art Project is perfect for a rainy day.

See the wind in motion with this fun windchime for kids to make from Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dogs Tails.

I love this cool activity to learn about Tornadoes that Stir The Wonder linked up.

Brain Power Boy shared a great activity to help kids monitor weather changes.

If your kid likes to get stuck in with their projects they’ll adore this rainbow slime from learn Play Imagine and it looks gorgeous too!

weather crafts and activities for kids

Tuesday Tutorials Linky

If you are new to Tuesday Tutorials, welcome! All you need to do is link up 2 or 3 posts below and it will be shown across the four blogs that host this linky.

Each week each of the hosts pick some of their favourites to showcase in their round up, so if you’re linking up please be aware that we may use and crop of of your images to make it into a lovely pinnable image like the one above! If we showcase your tutorial then of course we’ll link back to you!

Linky Rules

Follow Kate Williams CraftsonSea’s board Tuesday Tutorials Pin Party on Pinterest.

  • ┬áPlease also follow the hosts on Pinterest – Gude , Eileen, The Boy and Me and me – this is not essential but would be appreciated!
  • Visit at least three other blogs on the linky and pin some of their fab tutorials to your own boards. You could use the #pintorials hashtag to let them know you found them via the linky.
  • I would love it if you could give us a link back (not essential, but you get extra love from me if you do!)

What we’re sharing this week

Every week each of the four Tuesday Tutorials hosts shares some of their favourite posts from last weeks linky, do go and check out Earth Day Crafts and Activities at Hodge Podge Craft, Ways To Paint Eggs at ET Speaks from Home and Cardboard Play at The Boy and Me.



1 Comment

  1. 7th March 2016 / 9:38 pm

    These are great! I am linking this up as one of my features on my Children’s Corner round up this week. Thank you!

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