By Atlanta Parent Editorial . June 2, 2014
Raid the kitchen for whisks, wooden spoons, skewers, pan lids and anything else you can find that might make a noise, or look for tin cans and lids in the recycling bin. Try banging them together to see what different sounds you can make, and then choose some to hang along a stick. Then, hang your new wind chime on a branch or outside a window to tinkle and clatter in the wind.
Reprinted from The Wild Weather Book: Loads of Things to do Outdoors in Rain, Wind and Snow by Fiona Danks and Jo Schofield