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DIY rain stick craft that actually sounds like rain

A kid-friendly rain stick craft that actually works! Your kids will love the realistic rain sounds made by these simple-to-make rain sticks.

Easy Washi Tape Rain Sticks craft for kids. Fun DIY musical instrument made from recyclables

Washi Tape Rain Sticks - In The Playroom Easy Washi Tape Rain Sticks craft for kids. Fun DIY musical instrument made from recyclables If you enjoy arts and crafts an individual will appreciate our site!

Paper towel roll rainsticks - great craft, used for the rainforest theme... would work well with the weather study as well.

Here's a project that uses toothpicks and cardboard tubes to make a Recycled Rain Stick Craft! Just turn it upside down to hear the 'rain' falling inside!

Rainbow Rain Stick Craft using paper towel tubes, rice, construction paper, and a little bit of ribbon-- easy peasy!

Rainbow Rain Maker

Make a rainbow rain stick using recycled materials and items around the house! A great musical instrument for young children that sounds just like rain!

Easy Vibrant Rain Sticks for Kids to Make - Great craft for kids using paper towel rolls and dollar store washi tape!  The tape is a great fine-motor work out, and the preschoolers loved using it.  The 5-8 year olds really enjoyed making these rain sticks as well. - Happy Hooligans

Colourful Rain Stick Craft for Spring

Easy Vibrant Rain Sticks for Kids to Make - Great craft for kids using paper towel rolls and dollar store washi tape! The tape is a great fine-motor work out, and the preschoolers loved using it. The year olds really enjoyed making these rain sticks

Traditionally made from dried cacti, this simple DIY rainstick has the same sound down. You'll need a paper towel tube, tinfoil, uncooked rice, and colored duct tape.

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Traditionally made from dried cacti, this simple DIY rainstick has the same sound down. Youll need a paper towel tube, tinfoil, uncooked rice, and colored duct tape.

How to make a rain stick sound like rain.

Native Rainsticks - Paper towel tubes and rice or scrunch up tin foil inside & add rice for a better sound.

Traditionally made from dried cacti, this simple version makes the same sound.

Rain Stick Craft

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