finger paint: 1/4 c cornstarch 1/4 tsp salt 1 1/2 Tbsp sugar 1 c cold water Food coloring 1. Mix cornstarch, salt, sugar, and water in pot. Cook over low heat for about 10 min, stirring constantly. 2. The mixture will start thin, but eventually thicken. When it does, remove from heat and let it cool. 3. Once cool, divide it into small containers and add a few drops of food coloring to each.
These tape resist candy canes are a great project for kids of all ages. Hang 'em in your window, on your mantle or on your tree... My kids ask for this one every year!
Getting Our Christmas Craft On - Modern Parents Messy Kids
How to make melted crayon art...without gluing the crayon to the canvas. Finally how to do this right!
Island Inspirations - Melting Crayon Art
Glitter stick - make these instead of having little kids use loose glitter. This is so genius.
each student paints a popsicle stick and they are arranged to make a bigger piece of art. Great school unity project!
Snowman ornament made from battery powered tealight
Make an ocean bottle - fill a 1/3 of a plastic bottle with water, add blue food colouring, oil to fill the rest of the bottle, seashells, stones, plastic fishes & plastic beads. As the oil & water doesn't mix, the oil creates slow waves in the water when you turn it back & forth
Q-tip art! What a great idea! So easy and fun for young students.
Puzzle template to create your own puzzles (more sizes on site)
Earth Day is coming up- why not create a twinkling recycled globe? Cover a balloon with newspaper, and a thin layer of tissue paper. Then, when dry, poke small holes on the green land as our cities visible from space. Use a battery operated tealight for a beautiful, recycled Earth!
cute paper bag scarecrow craft for kids
And Next Comes L: Mix and Match Monsters
Monster Coloring Pages, Preschool Coloring