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Night Time Bowling water bottle recycle camping glow stick sleepover summer outside play games block party dollar store kid toddler. No instructions - Just a picture.

Exploding bags with baking soda and vinegar. Another attempt at entertaining the boys.

nature scavenger hunt

Use leftover/broken graham crackers and chocolate to make inside-out s'mores: Melt chocolate in a cup, warm a marshmallow over the fire, then dip it in chocolate and roll it in crushed graham crackers. Eat it right off the stick.

Zipzicle- you can make your own popsicles instead of the store-bought sugar water mixture.....AWESOME!

CAMPING! "So smart!!! The cardboard carton is easy to light with a match and then the charcoal starts too!!

Cut a noodle and tie a rope through it, then tie around a Rubbermaid bin to make it a floating cooler.

cut shapes in a tarp - will work well until there are some kids on each side!

Summer Day Camp Hula Hoop Hideouts...made from hula-hoops & old sheets!! Instructions included. @

Great idea: Insert grommets onto a tablecloth, then use bungee cords to keep it from lifting up in the wind.

GAK and PlayDoh would be excellent for the rainy day camper kit!

I see a new wallhanging for our camper in our future.

If you're camping...Rub petroleum jelly over a bunch of cotton balls...then store in ziplock bag..Then when your ready to make a fire pull a few cotton strands out then place under your wood then light your cotton ball..instant fire starter ----- Good to know for fire pits too! :)

Store matches in mason jar, add a piece of sand paper in the cap on which to strike the matches. Great for camping.

Make Footprints in the Sand right on the beach!

God's-Eye Memory Keeper

Stick Vase

Camping fun for our next trip!

Camp craft - making beads with clay for bracelets

Girls' Camp Crafts

camp craft turtles