A great way to have kids paint :) This works like a charm & keeps the paint mess to a minimum
A toy car wash keeps the kids busy every single time
Start with a magazine or newspaper clipping and let the child expand the picture
Instead of buying beads-1 c. pasta (per color) + 2 T. rubbing alcohol + 2-3 drops food coloring = colored pasta beads
This is the recipe to use if you want to make gigantic long-lasting bubbles. 6 cups water, 1 cup corn syrup, 2 cups regular strength Joy dish soap. Previous pinner said- They were industrial strength, un-poppable creations. We could even stack them together and make bubble sculptures! - Click image to find more Outdoors Pinterest pins
6 cups water, 1 cup corn syrup, 2 cups regular strength Joy dish soap. Industrial strength, un-poppable bubbles.
Website says: The chores you use for Chore of the Week can be the same set used for Work for Hire. It gives you more opportunities to get those numerous tasks accomplished by your kids. Work for Hire is optional, but since my kids don't receive an allowance and I don't buy them toys, they are always clamoring to make a little money. I'm encouraging work ethic while getting my home clean.
I love this idea for helping to motivate kids to help out with the extra chores that get missed most of the time
They are just made of craft felt, thread, and 3/4 in elastic. You can make your own by using the drawings or "templates" that I created found here. You can even glue them if you don't have a machine or use craft foam or paper if you don't like the felt look. I made them each with at least two layers of fabric so they don't flop around.
sharpies and rubbing alcohol...who knew!?
bathtub paint: 1 tbsp cornstarch, 4-6 pumps baby shampoo, 2-3 drops food coloring, and 1-2 tsp water.
Fabulous!!!Use tension rods and a sheet to make a tent in the hallway for the kids. You can decorate the sheet with fabric paint or markers. And can be easily stored when done.