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Emergency Mason Jar Teacher Kit | Click Pic for 18 DIY Back to School Teachers Gifts Ideas | Handmade Gifts for Teachers Beginning of Year

Emergency Mason Jar Teacher Kit | Click Pic for 18 DIY Back to School Teachers Gifts Ideas | Handmade Gifts for Teachers Beginning of Year

Cheesy Zucchini Tots - these tots are loaded with shredded zucchini, bread crumbs, and cheese making them the perfect appetizer.

Cheesy Zucchini Tots - these tots are loaded with shredded zucchini, bread crumbs, and cheese making them the perfect appetizer.

Nobody loves summer more than kids. And Michaels has thousands of ways to MAKE your kids’ summer a blast! Whether it’s decorating for the Fourth of July with a fireworks painting, or creating ‘patriotic’ red, white, and blue slime, celebrating summer has never been easier—or more fun! Just follow the complete how-to on Michaels project page!

Nobody loves summer more than kids. And Michaels has thousands of ways to MAKE your kids’ summer a blast! Whether it’s decorating for the Fourth of July with a fireworks painting, or creating ‘patriotic’ red, white, and blue slime, celebrating summer has never been easier—or more fun! Just follow the complete how-to on Michaels project page!

4th of July Craft Idea Patriotic Kids Blower, Patriotic Craft Ideas, Paper Tube Craft, Summer craft and perfect party idea for kids, Fun July 4th Kids Craft

4th of July Craft Idea Patriotic Kids Blower, Patriotic Craft Ideas, Paper Tube Craft, Summer craft and perfect party idea for kids, Fun July 4th Kids Craft

To freshen drains (not unclog them) and help keep them free-flowing, mix 1/2 cup baking soda with 1/4 cup table salt. Pour the mixture down the drain, followed by 1 cup heated vinegar. It will foam and bubble. Let it stand for 15 minutes — longer does not work any better. Follow by running hot tap water for at least 15 to 30 seconds. This is especially good for seldom-used drains, like in a guest bathroom.

To freshen drains (not unclog them) and help keep them free-flowing, mix 1/2 cup baking soda with 1/4 cup table salt. Pour the mixture down the drain, followed by 1 cup heated vinegar. It will foam and bubble. Let it stand for 15 minutes — longer does not work any better. Follow by running hot tap water for at least 15 to 30 seconds. This is especially good for seldom-used drains, like in a guest bathroom.

When you're stuck indoors you can help kids burn off steam with these active YouTube channels for kids.

When you're stuck indoors you can help kids burn off steam with these active YouTube channels for kids.