Best ever no-cook play dough recipe- The Imagination Tree
Best Ever No-Cook Play Dough Recipe! - The Imagination Tree
Kids of all ages will have fun injecting these squishy castles with bright colors- great for fine motor, cognition, language, and SO MUCH FUN!!
Sensory Art Play: Colorful Gelatin Castles - Twodaloo
glow in the dark bowling. I think we'll try this next time we go camping !!
20 Science Projects for Preschoolers - will definitely try some of these with the kids (especially the wizard's brew)!
for only $5 you can make a homemade sprinkler. simply take a soda bottle (2 or 3 liter), poke holes in it, attach the bottle to a garden hose with a male to male adapter form any home improvement store for less than $5. string it from a tree branch...INSTANT SUMMERTIME FUN!
Another Pinner said: This kept my 2 year busy for an entire hour and my 4 year old busy for 2 hours! YAY! Drop vinegar tinted with food coloring onto a pan filled with baking soda. Sheer minutes of colorful fizziness!!... Pretty sure we will be doing this soon! GENIUS!
7 promises parents should never make
LOVE! Making an alphabet book using your own photos.
A fort using a hula hoop. The Reading Canopy: handmade by sewing a 108" x 54" silk to a circular hand-quilting hoop (like an embroidery hoop, only huge!), adding lengths of hemp twine to the hoop, then attaching them to a sling ring. Another (square) piece of white silk was draped over this contraption, and we used fishing wire to hang it from a hook in the ceiling.
DIY Suncatchers. THIS IS AMAZING
KID CRAFT: Foam Dough! Easy to make and only 2 ingredients!
Homemade Flubber - 3/4 cup cold water, 1 cup Elmer’s glue, liquid food coloring, 1/2 cup hot water, 1 teaspoon borax. Directions: In bowl 1 – mix together the cold water, glue, and food coloring. Set aside. In bowl 2 – mix together the hot water and borax, until the borax is completely dissolved. Slowly add glue mixture to borax mixture. Mix well. Pour off excess water.
Homemade flubber for kids
Oobleck. This recipe will allow you and your child to create this strange substance, and witness the amazingly weird oscillation between solid and liquid that occurs! What You Need: 1 cup cornstarch 1 bowl 1 glass of water plastic container-like an old, empty yogurt tub food coloring (optional) newspaper to cover the table
Consequences That Actually Work! "Forced apologies don’t teach true remorse and reconciliation... Parents can set kids up for sincere reconciliation. ...Restitution consequences encourage personal responsibility and usually end with one child feeling cared for and the other feeling caring."
Simon Says Art... can't wait to try it! ("Simon Says draw a blue circle...") Fun to see what different pictures they end up with!