Homemade window clings - could also do on wax paper, instead :) Here’s what you’ll need for this project: white school glue liquid dish soap food coloring glitter (optional) bowls paintbrushes wooden skewer (optional) plastic page protector template
Might be a good sunday school lesson on being the salt of the earth and how our love spreads.salt painting, draw design with glue, pour salt over and touch with liquid watercolor paint, the paint will spread through the salt, no need to use brush strokes
Sidewalk Chalk Spray-All you need is Flour, Food coloring, and Warm Water. A tablespoon of flour, 10 drops of food coloring, and about a half cup of warm water. Shake it up in the bottle and let your kid go nuts.
I LOOVE this idea! The kids are always playing the game app on my phone, but now they can have their own travel tic tac toe board! Magnetic tic tac toe from Altoids box. Keep one in your purse or make them as gifts for the kids' friends?
Craft Stick Crafts (or Lollipop Stick Crafts!)* We love crafting with all sorts of materials. and craft sticks are that "classic" material that most kids' craft packs contain. Here are some ideas of what to do with them!
Shaving Cream Bathtub Paint - kids love it and it cleans the tub! and so easy to make. Oh I'm gonna do this.Shaving Cream Bathtub Paint - Use a muffin tin with shaving cream squirted into each cup & mixed with different colors of food coloring.