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Wet weather activities

Farm visits should not be put off because of wet weather. If the children are sensibly dressed they will still enjoy a farm tour, even though it might be necessary to re-think the route slightly and to make the most of sheltered areas.
It is a good idea, though, to have a bank of activities available which might be useful if they can’t get out to run around at lunchtime or if the weather really is dreadful and you have to curtail a tour.
The activities in this booklet require some planning and preparation but once you have all the resources available and have tested them a couple of times, they will no doubt become old favourites!

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