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Sidewalk paint-1 part cornstarch (1 c.) 1 part water (1 c.) food coloring (we used neon colors) sponge brushes

masking tape and hot wheels #kidgames

Since most kids dump out the bottle of bubbles halfway through, this makes perfect sense...and you won't be too mad because it costs pennies ;) - perfect for next summer

$2 - plastic table cloth & a can of shaving cream.....oh my:) cant wait for summer

Balloon Ping Pong. Simple, cheap, yet entertaining enough to occupy the kids for hours :)

Build a Cardboard Castle by Beth Curtin, acornkids: Crazy cool upcycled castle! Check out the inspirational photos of real castles on the post! #DIY #Kids #Cardboard_Castle #Upcycle #acornkids #Beth_Curtin

OH YES!! FUN! Looks like a fun end of the school year activity.

Great for a game of tag on a scorching hot day, squishy sponge balls are summer's alternative to snowballs. Made from kitchen sponges that are cut up and tied together, they last longer than water balloons and are softer and splashier than regular balls. Best of all, after tossing them around, the kids will be as clean as the kitchen dishes.

Pinecone Birds Believe it or not, these adorable google-eyed creatures were once ordinary pinecones. Who knew nature could be so much fun? Make It: Glue google eyes onto small pom-poms and let them dry. Help your kids fold chenille stems into legs and feet and glue them onto the pinecone. Cut out a triangular beak from orange or yellow foam. Glue on the eyes and the beak; let the creature dry completely before beginning a fun game of make-believe with your kids.

DIY Lace Crowns- coat lace with fabric stiffener, let dry overnight, spray with spray paint