DIY - How To Make a custom Name Monogram
"Expand an image" start off a child's drawing with a small magazine or photo image... and let them take off!
Kids will love drawing in the faces with their own designs.
Dr Seuss Activity — Cootie Catcher FREE Printable
Dr Seuss Activity -- FREE Printable Cootie Catcher. And 40+ Dr. Seuss activities
Playing in the bathtub with DIY paint made out of soap, cornstarch and food coloring.
Serving Pink Lemonade: Magnet Board Stories/Songs/Activites . . .
I think my daughter ... shoot, every daughter! needs one of these
A simple activity that makes a lasting impact... making butter. Don't miss this adorable how-to video by @Hana Colmar.
Totally Awesome. Why didn't I think of this?! Print out these cards and have the kids have a visual shopping list. Help them stay busy so you won t go crazy :)
Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: Play to Learn: Numbers Water Balloon Target Practice
Crafting in my Closet!: Summer Fun With Kids: Sew Easy Boys Wallet.
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Quick ideas for PLAYING with your kids. Simple fun when you're out of ideas and all are bored. Fantastic list of ideas!
Best Play Dough recipe ever - uses Jell-O for the yummy color and smell plus a silky smooth texture
What you'll need (for each color): 2 tbsp baking soda 1 tbsp white vinegar 1/4 tsp light corn syrup 1 tbsp cornstarch We made 6 colors - so you will need 6x the above ingredients gel food coloring 6 bowls spoons airtight containers watercolor paper paintbrushes * This recipe made a large batch and I was able to make a set for both Directions: 1. in each bowl add the above ingredients - 2 tbsp baking soda, 1 tbsp white vinegar, 1/4 tsp light cor... foods, art therapi, rainbow watercolor, food coloring, water color, craft idea, baking, craft project, diy
Orange JELLO slices: just cut your oranges in half, scoop out the fruit, mix up the jello, and pour it into the hollowed halves to set. Once set, slice them up.