Directions: 1. Blow up 10 balloons. 2. Number them from 1 to 10. 3. Hide the balloons throughout the house- upstairs and downstairs. 4. Have your children work as a team to find the balloons in order. 5. If they find number 9, they aren't allowed to get that balloon. They must start at 1, then 2, and so on. 6. Sit back and watch the fun!

how many cheerios can you stack in 30 sec?--) so fun! great for fine motor development!

10 Sidewalk Chalk Ideas That'll Keep Kids Entertained for Hours

matching numbers...could adapt this for a post conference activity. Maybe match lab values with their normal ranges, endocrine disorders with their S, etc....gotta find a way to incorporate this idea for nursing school :) (I'm a grade school teacher at heart, and a nursing instructor in reality!)

Water Balloon Slip N Slide ~ What a fun idea for kids...or even adults who are kid at heart... fun idea for a summer birthday party!

Summer fun - knock ping pong balls off golf tees with water guns camping fun, bug out fun, summer nights

fun rainy day activity

AWESOME idea for Lego storage and table - The inspiration came from this "Family Fun" magazine project: Lego Table. The smartly designed table uses three plastic drawer units on wheels, a 4-foot board, stools and Lego bases to create the perfect building center.

toss hula hoop over balloon - game

Balloon darts. Can we fill them with paint like on the Princess Diaries? Awesome...

Balloon tennis

Balloon ninjas to shoot with nerf guns. *SERIOUSLY!!! This is a fantastic idea!! Great for little boys!!! - Click image to find more Holidays & Events Pinterest pins

Glow sticks in balloons. What a fun thing to play with in the dark :)

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water balloon pinata and 21 fun activities to do with kids in the summer.

another diaper/activity bag find

balloon powered lego car.

balloon ping pong...this would be awesome!

If you have not done this yet, you need to. Simply warm up the rocks in the oven (I did 220 for 10 minutes), then put them on a stack of newspapers (or something else you don't care if it gets crayon in it) and let the little ones go to town. Just remind them it is hot. I have done it with 2 1/2 year olds with no problem. My little lady often brings in rocks for me to "cook" so she can paint them