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If you have not done this yet, you need to. Simply warm up the rocks in the oven (I did 220 for 10 minutes), then put them on a stack of newspapers (or something else you don't care if it gets crayon in it) and let the little ones go to town. Just remind them it is hot. I have done it with 2 1/2 year olds with no problem. My little lady often brings in rocks for me to "cook" so she can paint them

cute. Fairies in a jar. DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter 2. Seal the top with a lid. 3. Shake. I found glow sticks at the Dollar Tree. I used a mason jar that I had left over from the Salt Art in a Jar project. **WARNINGS AND TIPS: "Be sure to read the warning on the back of the glowstick package. The ones I used were nontoxic but will stain clothes. Also, I used glowstick necklaces with the thought that it would be easier to cut ...

A volcano in a mug. Neat idea to show kids how they work. Much more accurate than the old baking soda/vinegar idea.

glow in the dark slime Ingredients: 1 - 4oz bottle of clear or blue gel Elmer's glue 1 cup of warm water 2-3 tablespoons of glow-in-the-dark paint Green Neon Food Coloring 2 teaspoons of Borax 1/3 cup of warm water

Put salt in a ziploc baggie along with a piece of colored chalk. Roll around until all salt is colored. Use colored salt in art projects for kids.

<3 "Cut an orange in half, gut it, (I like the huge naval oranges) fill them with Jello, Cool then cut into slices. The kids would love this.