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Bubble solution: 12 cups of water 1 cup of dish soap 1 cup of cornstarch 2 Tbsp baking powder go out and make some bubbles!!

im bored summer activities | ... kids will tell you they can t wait for summer the cries of i m bored

WATERCOLOR! 3 Tbl. each baking soda, cornstarch, white vinegar. 1 1/2 tsp corn syrup, mix completely after fizzing subsides. pour into containers and add food coloring. leave out to harden for three hours

These bubble blowers are made from plastic bottles, an old sock and a rubber band. Who said kids these days have no imagination?

Glow in the dark bubbles @Katie Hrubec Hrubec Hrubec Hrubec Hrubec Hrubec Hrubec Holzhauer

HF WORDS: "Guess the Word" (Watercolor paints over white crayon) You could use this with sight words or during a whole group word-work lesson. The kids could make one and trade with a friend. Many ideas...

Bubble Refill Station

Fun monter pencil holders from shampoo bottles

The simplest activities are the best with kids! Make a spider web out of painter's tape, let them throw scrunched up newspaper ball to see if they can get them to stick.

Crafty Sisters: Cheap Water Thrills....

Why didn't I think of this????? Cheap and efficient way to decorate cookies...dollar store bottles!!! Very kid friendly! SO much easier than using a knife or spoon!

Easy puzzle craft. I used 16 regular popsicle sticks and a 4 by 6 photo. Tape the sticks together at the back to hold them in place while you use white glue to attack the picture. I used a razorblade to cut the pieces apart, they weren't perfectly straight but close enough. A great thing to pack in your purse for when you need something to do at the doctor's office and such.

This is what you draw on your kid's hand to keep them busy for 30 minutes. :)

Cool science experiment! Dissolve egg shell off with vinegar and it will become a "naked egg" that can bounce... how fun!