For my nieces and nephews
DIY giant floor pillows
DIY giant chevron floor pillows | Oven Lovin'
Homemade sidewalk chalk.
Make Your Own Sidewalk Chalk! - Playful Learning
homemade airplanes // melissa mcfadden photography
Im so doing this with the kids ! Rock Candy. 1 cup water, 2-3 cups sugar, tall narrow glass jar, clothes peg and a skewer, food colouring (optional). Heat water and dissolve sugar until no more will dissolve, roll skewer in extra sugar, let cool then put in water. 2-3 days and you will have rock candy.
Make your own bouncy balls from scratch. This is a ridiculously cool science experiment.
NEW BILL NYE! Science Demos and more.
No helium needed to fill balloons for parties.....just vinegar and baking soda! source and is in such short supply
3D Dinosaur Cookie Cutters : Bake your own 3D Dinosaur
so much cooler than a tire swing and it won't collect water!
How to Create Your Own Temporary Tattoo: 7 steps (with pictures)
pvc sprinkler water toy
Homemade Playdough. I have made my own playdough and saw this wonderful blog post. I decided to forgo blogging about making play dough because she did such a good job and took step by step pictures. This stuff holds up really well. I actually store mine in the fridge. I personally loath Playdoh since the odor makes me nauseous. Great activity for your little ones.
homemade play-doh recipe
beautiful origami paper lanterns. DIY
How to Extract DNA from Strawberries in the Kitchen by ktichenpantryscientist: All you need is 3 strawberries, measuring spoons, 2 one or two-cup pyrex measuring cups, a cone-shaped coffee filter, a plastic zip-lock bag, small clear plastic or glass cups, laundry detergent (liquid or powdered), ice cubes, 2 big bowls, a timer, salt and ice-cold rubbing alcohol and about 20 minutes! #DNA_Extraction #Strawberry_DNA #kitchenpantryscientist #Science #Kids
How to Extract DNA from Strawberries in the Kitchen
Next winter, if your area is below 32, go outside and blow bubbles! They immediately turn into ice bubbles