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DIY Rainstorm in a Jar Tutorial | eHow.com
This simple activity is the ultimate rainy day project. It’s part art, part science, and guaranteed to get the kids excited about the dreary weather that’s keeping them from playing outside. To get started you’ll need some clear containers, water, food coloring, a dropper, and shaving cream.
Tweet This one is for the kids... we all have some of that in all of us, right? You just might find yourself playing with this stuff too! ;) Its squishable, gooey, and just plain fun to play with! I wanted to get the clear Elmer's Glue but our local Dollar Store didn't carry it. I think the clear looks more like Flubber than the white glue, but you just have to work with what you have! Also I wouldn't substitute Elmer's for the store's brand, it just works out better, it must be a texture…
Easy Puffy Paint!
I’ve seen recipes for homemade puffy paint many times over the years, but I never took the time to make it with the kids until today. What a shame I waited this long! The kids had a blast and…
Blow It Up! Exploring Gas with Balloons, Baking Soda & Vinegar
Pin It The Lil Divas LOVED, LOVED, LOVED our Fizz, Bubble & Pop! Baking Soda & Vinegar Experiment they also adore balloons (I alw...
Bubbles and Art = Favorite Preschooler Craft
Anna of The Lawrence Girls and Daddy, has three crafty girls. The stories of their lives and interactions has me laughing almost every time I read her bl
Painting with Rolling Pins and Bubble Wrap
Today's kid's activity was inspired by a package I recently received. This package came with lots of bubble wrap. My mom had the great idea of giving some to the kids in the car and it kept them busy and quiet for a 20 minute ride! We had lots left over and I remembered how much the kids enjoying making bubble wrap prints and bubble wrap hearts. With that in mind, we decided to try painting with rolling pins and bubble wrap. Painting with rolling pins and bubble wrap Supplies you will need…