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Kids Craft Sharpie Plates Preheat oven 350, bake 30 mins to let color set. Kid created china!!!!

Fun Kids Craft: DIY Sharpie Plates

We're sharing an idea every day to keep kids entertained all summer long. (And, shh, they might even learn a thing or two along the way.)

Boredom-Busting Activities to Do With Your Kids

Kids will have tons of fun playing with Oobleck! Make it with 2 common household ingredients!

Oooey and Gooey Oobleck - seven thirty three

Kids did this in Kindergarten...they LOVED it! Draw on sandpaper with crayon, turn upside down, iron onto T-shirt. how proud will kids be to wear their original art designs!

No helium needed to fill balloons for parties.....just vinegar and baking soda! I NEED TO REMEMBER THIS! this is important since helium is not a renewable source and is in such short supply

My dad made us one of these when we were kids. I thought he was a genius because that was WAAAAY before Pinterest!! - homemade sprinklers

How to make rainbow slime for sensory play - Isn't it gorgeous?

The coolest science experiment for kids ever! How to blow up a balloon using soda - this is amazing fun for kids of all ages.

Great Bubble DIY for Kids – Make Bubbles that Will Bounce. 1 C distilled drinking water 1 Tablespoon dish soap 1 Teaspoon of glycerin (I ordered mine online) straw (this is just what I chose to blow the bubbles with, Im assuming you can use a typical bubble wand) 1 clean glove (or sock) – (this is to keep the bubble from popping)

rainbow water - for St Patricks Day food coloring in ice cubes. Sparkling water or a healthier version of Sprite

Easy craft clay... dries hard. Perfect to make ornaments for the kids to paint. Fun Christmas craft!

DIY Magic bottles—fill with distilled water, glycerin drops, glitter flakes, sequins, light plastic beads - anything that sparkles and is light enough to float around.

Lava Lamps!! here's how you can re-create that fun for the kids in a water bottle. Supplies: Water Bottle, Food Coloring, Vegetable Oil, Water, Alka Seltzer Directions: Fill each bottle about 3/4 full of vegetable oil. Fill the rest of the bottle with water...but leave about an inch at the top...or it will overflow. Break your Alka Seltzer into tiny pieces and drop them in one piece at a time.

Great idea for rainy weather - bath tub letter fishing (and when they get older they can fish letters to create words!)