Jellyfish in a Bottle

Make your own jellyfish in a bottle.

Make your own glow in the dark slime. The boys would have a blast with this!

My son would love this! Glow in the dark slime= FUN! Ingredients: 1 - bottle of clear or blue gel Elmer's glue 1 cup of warm water tablespoons of glow-in-the-dark paint Green Neon Food Coloring 2 teaspoons of Borax cup of warm water

DIY Snow Globe by modcloth: A family favorite! (Try a baby food jar and with mineral oil instead of water for a gentler snow fall. ) #Snow_Globe #modcloth

Let It Snow: How to Make Your Own DIY Snow Globe -

Let it Snow Globe: How to Make Your Own DIY Snow Globe!Let it Snow Globe: How to Make Your Own DIY Snow Globe! I'd love to do this with my class!

Crayon Hearts

Crayon Hearts

Crayon hearts (or any shape you like) uses wax paper & crayon shavings. Beautiful in a sunny window.

Flubber recipe

Flubber Recipe For Kids So Fun! Here's the recipe. Flubber Mixture 1 ½ cups warm water 2 cups Elmer’s Glue Food coloring Mixture 3 tsp. Borax 1 cup Warm Water Stir mixture 1 together in 1 bowl. Mixture 2 in another bowl.

Penguins made out of water bottles.  Ms. Ashli and I made these with our kiddos today at preschool.  Fun!

Your students will think that these penguin projects are "COOL!" Use water bottles, cotton balls, wiggly eyes, and construction paper to create these cute winter penguins. Using a strong glue, you c (Water Bottle Projects)


DIY idea for Origami monster book marks - this would be a great March Reading Month project for the kindergarten

1 bar of Ivory Soap quartered. Put a piece in microwave for a minute and watch what happens.

Making Memories with your Kids! bar Ivory soap, put on paper towel, microwave for less than 1 minute. Ask kids before what they think will happen, then watch it expand! Can use it afterwards for bath time!

Free Passport Printables - can use something like this for my bulletin board and door!

This geography craft can be used as a name tag for missions themesd VBS weeks. Free Passport Printables - fun for geography studies and displays!

Tattle Box, or any sort of mailbox really

Monster Valentine Box ~ Originally designed as a tattle monster box where kids write down their “tattle” and feed it to the monster instead of tattling to mom. But, I think it would be a super cool Valentine -box-ideas

Raining Rainbows

Looks like fun.Raining Rainbows Experiment - Fill the glass container about full. Next, add a layer of shaving cream. Spread it out so it covers the water's surface. Then, drop food coloring on top of the shaving cream. It's raining rainbows!

Stick Figures Find a fallen branch or stick with distinctive features, such as knots or forks. Clean the stick, and if the bark is loose, remove it. Cover the stick with white acrylic paint and let it dry. (The base coat will make your final colors much brighter.) Paint your creature. Add yarn hair and tails with tacky glue.

Sticks & Stones: 5 Outdoor Craft Ideas for Kids

Sticks & Stones: 5 Outdoor Craft Ideas for Kids: Stick Figures (via FamilyFun magazine)

milk art

Milk Art A plate Milk Food Coloring Dish Soap Fill the plate with a thin layer of milk. Next, put in drops of food coloring. Then, add a few drops of dish soap into the center of the food coloring, sit back, and watch!

Homemade finger paints! :D

Love this homemade finger paint idea! Not only will the kids have fun painting with their fingers you can have them help make the paint as well! Twice the fun!