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Great for my G-G-Kids

Magic Treasure Rocks- baking soda, food coloring, and add water slowly until baking soda is moldable. Hide treasure inside of it. Let kids spray or drop vinegar on dried ball and watch it fizz and fall apart until treasure is revealed.

Makes super strong bubbles - good for those really big bubble wands. For some reason, Lemon Joy dish soap in this recipes makes the strongest bubbles.

Buy a copy of this for each of your kids before kindergarten. Then have each teacher write in it at the end of the year. As a surprise gift, give it to your child at graduation.

This really does work! Alana has had her own exercise ball in class with her since 1st grade! It does wonders! Fidgety Kids-having kids sit on an exercise ball improves their attention and focus. From Therapy Fun 4 Kids. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @Christina & Porter Inc. Resources.- Totally going to try this for Noah and see how it works with his Autism! @reb Thack

Zippered mesh bags (from the dollar store) for storing toys in groups (especially ones that go into larger toy boxes). The set stays complete, and you can just throw the bag in the dishwasher/washing machine to sanitize!

Now this is a brilliant idea. But if you travel with kids be sure to click thru the photo! This article is loaded with excellent tips for traveling with kids- including a car snack pulley system. Love it!

17 Traveling with Kids Tips & Road Trip Ideas - Tip Junkie