Ideas for The Fourth of July & Summer Fun
Glow in the dark bubbles I remember doing this while volunteering at the library it was awesome.
Water Balloon Baseball - super Summer FUN!
Giant dogsickle...fill a bucket with water (and toys)!
Summer snack food, Freeze yogurt in a waffle cone and top with fresh fruit
Tropical slush: sherbet, 7-Up, pineapple juice, lemonade, and coconut cream. The perfect summer treat!
Bouncing bubbles...bubbles that don't pop! Just like the Gymboree ones!
Cut a few swimming noodles in two, scatter 20 or so balloons on the ground around a laundry basket. Give players five minutes to move as many balloons as possible into the laundry basket without touching the balloons with any body part. The only tool they can use is their pool noodle. Players may try batting the balloons into the basket, but they'll soon realize that they must pair up and use two pool noodles like giant chopsticks to lift the balloons into place.
Firecracker Bundt Cake – An Explosive Red, White and Blue Dessert
Craft Hack: Pottery Barn Inspired American Flag Summer has started for the schoolkids and the 4th of July will be upon us before long. It'll be cookouts and swimming parties for the next few months, so I've begun thinking about some cool seasonal decor that won't break the bank. I love to change the look of my living room according to the season, but I'm much too cheap to spend any money on it. Thank goodness I can always count on Pottery Barn to think of things I can make myself. $15 or so
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