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condensed milk painting. it doesn't drip and is shiny when it dries. I’ve been doing this craft since I was a kid, But we always used it on sugar cookies. same recipe but paint on uncooked cookie cut outs, then bake as normal, gives cookies a nice colored finish without being super sweet like frosting. the colors will look a little dull on the dough but after you bake the colors pop.

Painting with condensed milk « ECE made Easy

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Painted Daisies :: Simple Science Experiments for Kids (this is one of our favorites!!)

Painted Daisies :: Another Artful Science Experiment

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Paper Plate Clown Craft - Circus Craft - Preschool Craft

75 easy paper plate crafts for kids - complete with pictures. Should you ever need kids crafts with paper plates this post is for you!

75 Simple Paper Plate Crafts for Every Occasion! - How Wee Learn

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Best playdoh ever!!!!!! 2 cups of baking soda, 1 cup of cornstarch, 1 1/2 cups of warm water, you can add tempra paint or essential oils for added color and smell. Mix dry items together and then add water slowly while heating on stove on medium heat. A ball will form as you are mixing. This will be the softest playdoh ever!!!!! No flour and no salt needed!!!!!

On a tray, place a pile of baking soda. Mix vinegar + a few drops of food coloring in a cup. Give the kids an eyedropper. Have them fill it with vinegar, squeeze onto the baking soda and watch mini volcanoes erupt! (This was actually pretty fun)

Homemade paints

Colored glue suncatchers in a dollar store frame. Definitely going to try this art project with my kids!

Owl Always Love You from Your Fingers to your Toes teaching children gratitude. Includes activities for Little Hoot by Amy Krouse Rosenthal for the Virtual Book Club for Kids by The Educators' Spin On It. {OWL WEEK}

Attention all my preschool teacher friends - Fish craft! Thanks to magnets hidden under the lid, this goldfish shimmies, quivers, and floats in its jam-jar bowl just like the real thing.

Kids did this in Kindergarten...they LOVED it! Draw on sandpaper with crayon, turn upside down, iron onto T-shirt. how proud will kids be to wear their original art designs! i-can-do-it-all-by-myself