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Megan Ryder-Devine
Megan Ryder-Devine • 2 years ago

Fairies in a jar Parent should make it & give child chance to shake & observe.1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter 2.Seal the top with a lid.3.Shake. (glow sticks at Dollar store. I used a mason jar that I had. Be sure to read warning on back of glowstick pkg. I used nontoxic but WILL stain clothes. I used glowstick necklaces as I thought that would be easier to cut than a thick glow stick. idea was found on Squish Preschool Ideas on Facebook

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