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Silhouette America Blog | Tissue Paper Stained Glass Windows | Fall Kids Craft

Tissue Paper Stained Glass Windows | Fall Kids Craft

No Cook Gluten Free Edible Pumpkin Pie Play Clay from Fun at Home with Kids

No Cook Gluten Free Edible Pumpkin Pie Play Clay

Mrs. Jahnig's Art Room: Art Room Windows!

Mrs. Jahnig's Art Room: Art Room Windows!

Melted crayon stained glass is an awesome craft for kids. These works of art looks really great.

Having Fun at Home: An Easy Stained Glass Craft Technique

Find out how to make this adorable wall art using baking soda!

Easy Baking Soda Sea Art

Sidewalk Squirty chalk- SO FUN, and the chalk magically changes colors as kids play! {Only 3 ingredients}

Color Changing Squirty Chalk ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

2 Ingredient Cloud Dough - happy hooligans - flour and baby oil
  • Angela Witt

    did this for science night at school. 100lbs of flour, 200 oz baby oil and 3 baby pools. It was a huge hit with the kids- not for admin when they had to have my carpets professionally cleaned because the baby oil and flour soaked into the carpet leaving and wet flour/oily residue. Def use a tarp.

The best play dough recipe |

The Best Playdough Recipe - TinkerLab

Art Show 2014: A Rainbow of Color » K - 6 Art K – 6 Art

Art Show 2014: A Rainbow of Color

Homeamde Floam- Pinned said: "this stuff is easy to make and so fun! {So much cheaper than the store bought stuff!}"

Homemade Floam Recipe for Play ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

What a unique idea! Love the minimal ingredients for maximum fun. DIY Reusable Bubbles from Twodaloo

Play Recipe: Giant Reusable Bubbles - Twodaloo

Painting like Michelangelo,

coups de coeur :) | EduBlog
  • Mary Ann Didjurgis

    Did this with my Kinders for years. They loved it and got a real appreciation for Micelangelo.

Make this beautiful, sparkly, stretchy slime that looks just like the swirls of a galaxy and keep your preschooler entertained for hours! Borax-free recipe

How to make a bouncy ball Tutorial... Kids love making and playing with these!

Silky soft play dough for kids using 2 ingredients1 cup conditioner (cheaper the better) 2 cups cornflour/cornstarch Glitter (optional)

This could serve as an idea for a bulletin board or a decorating idea. Go with the idea of Van Gogh's art and have each resident craft a flower for a pot. Get permission from each person to hang them up on the bulletin board or on the walls to create a fresh, personal look. This would be a good way to look towards spring as well.

Dirt dough looks and feels just like dirt, but it is moldable, germ free and CLEAN! You only need two ingredients to make it, too! {Great for playing with cars and trucks, pretend bug hunts, small world construction sites, etc}

Dirt Dough Recipe for Play ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

A Must try Seuss Idea!Truffula Trees using pool noodles, construction paper, and tissue Pom-Poms

Tangled with Teaching: Dr. Seuss Classroom Theme PHOTOS FiNaLly!

Flour + corn flour + lots and lots of baby oil = a "slime pit"!

A Cowboy's Life: DIY Silly Putty

Take the clear plastic beads you can get from any craft store for a few dollars. Place in any size pie plate or metal vessel in one layer, and into the oven at 400 degrees for 20 minutes. Presto! Punch a hole, string on a rope and you have an instant, pretty sun catcher.

put paint tape to cover the place to stencil, put paint filled balloons around canvas, pop with darts, let dry, use stencil to add silhouette

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How To Make Play Dough—Peppermint - The Idea Room

This woman developed an easy recipe for a sculptural material she calls “paper mache clay.” This material is so easy to use and so easy to make that you can use it exclusively for all your paper mache sculptures as well as other clay projects (the secret ingredient is toilet paper!)