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A homemade rainstick. The website this came from is full of great ideas for sensory buckets, too.

Kindergarten Weather Seasons Activities: Make Rain in a Bag! Water Cycle / Particles

Pom poms are a staple for most kid’s crafts. Pom poms can be used for more than just gluing they are great for a safe tossing game and come in many different shapes and sizes for any number of games and crafts you can think of.

Make a rainstick from everyday materials! Tutorial at ThinkCrafts.com

Fill a dry empty bottle with a box of toothpicks. Add rice (uncooked) to the bottle leaving an empty space of about 1 1/2 inches at the top. Seal the lid. As you gently turn the bottle, the rice falls through the toothpicks, sounding like rain.

How Does it Rain? Make it rain in a jar with this simple science experiment for kids.

Rain Sticks - DIY recycled / upcycled craft idea for an older toddler or preschooler. Music you can make! Kids also learn fine motor skills, responsibility, South American culture and music / rhythm / percussion. ~ Danya Banya

Make it RAIN! Hot water in the jar, cold front "clouds" on top...it rains in the jar. Totally awesome.

Tubular (cardboard) bells from Minieco. All you need to make this craft is a cardboard paper towel roll, some string and jingle bells!

Kids would "get" the water cycle SO MUCH more if they did THIS instead of just read about it in a text book!! ...and so simple.