Condensed milk painting. It doesn't drip and is shiny when it dries.

might think this is fun

Painting with ice: This is so easy to do. And clean up is easy too if you put it in a pan. -

faire sa peinture ! La base est toute simple, il vous suffit de mélanger : 2 cuillères à soupe de fécule de maïs (Maïzena) + 4 cuillères à soupe d’eau + des Colorants alimentaires

So glad my husband doesn't have a Pinterest!

Salt & Watercolor Painting -wet paper - dot/splash with bright watercolors - sprinkle with salt - when dry, brush off salt - instant masterpiece

Use the kids' feet print for the "Mistletoe" Once dry paint on Ribbon, lettering and polka dots

DIY Sponge Paint Brushes - great fun to make and paint with!

Put glue on paper in designs, pour salt over it and then drop small watercolor paint droplets and watch the colors grow!

Doorway bean bag toss. This would teach good aim. [Could also be a great game for carnival.]

I love this idea of making bird feeders from old toilet paper inners , a bit of peanut butter and some bird seed! :o)

Magic milk painting- now that's fun art!

pipe cleaners and strainer lol

footprint step stones

Mix half Elmers glue and half shaving cream - it dries puffy like this.

A gas pump. | 31 Things You Can Make With A Cardboard Box That Will Blow Your Kids' Minds

Rainbow shaving cream bath paint, super easy!

How to Make a Leak Proof Water Blob (without tape!). We did a blob last year. The kids loved it. And it leaked. I looked over how she does it (iron-genius!) and am excited to give it a try. We added glitter to our water to make it a little more fun.

My little ones love the book Not A Box by Antoiette Portis. They've recently requested we build some cardboard structures of their own. So I've rounded up the very best and my personal favorite cardboard structures, houses, rockets, and more - each with a tutorial included, so you and your little ones can try them too!

Rainbow Comb Paintings Enjoy a fabulous art process using combs and brightly coloured paints, to explore textures and patterns with kids!

Did you know that you can make plastic out of milk and vinegar? This is a simple and impressive science experiment!