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Rainy days in Lewes ideas

 
 
On 22 Aug 2010 at 10:01am Janet Street Preacher wrote:
What can I do with two 6 year olds on a rainy day in Lewes
We've done Monkey Bizness, Drusillas, bowling and been to the cinema in the last 6 weeks, what else is there?
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On 22 Aug 2010 at 10:29am Clifford wrote:
Quite a few blackberries are out. Picking them in the rain and going home to change into warm dry clothes was always one of the pleasures of my childhood. Followed by my mother making jam and the scents coming from the kitchen.
 
 
On 22 Aug 2010 at 1:06pm Decent Citizen wrote:
Get a game of some sort, or a puzzle, drawing painting. Bake little cakes. Read to them and them to you.Simple things like your attention, kids love it. Have fun.
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On 22 Aug 2010 at 6:08pm Penelope wrote:
We used to love making a camp with a cloth over chairs and pillows inside, then having a snack and reading. Dress-ups were always fun, especially if we put on a performance at the end of the day.
Also massive Lego construction with all the family.
Word games and board games were good when we were older. There were enough of us to make up teams, especially if the neighbours came over.
 
 
On 22 Aug 2010 at 6:43pm Decent Citizen wrote:
Two chairs facing each other,a car,an aeroplane? Indoor picnic. Sounds like my childhood in the 50s Penelope. We used to make plaster of paris ornaments. Lots of rubber moulds, just had to be wary if there was a head involved when you took it from the mould! All before the telly arrived in our house!


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