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corn starch and borax bouncy balls... homemade bouncy balls instead of prepurchased party games?

Make a Bouncy Ball

corn starch and borax bouncy balls. homemade bouncy balls instead of prepurchased party games?

Super Bouncy Balls | Crafts for Kids | PBS Parentsor each ball that you make, you'll need: 1 T. white glue 1/2 tsp. borax powder (can be found in the laundry detergent aisle of most grocery/department stores) food coloring 3 T. cornstarch 4 T. warm water

Super Bouncy Balls

Super Bouncy Balls For each ball that you make, you'll need: 1 T. borax powder (can be found in the laundry detergent aisle of most grocery/department stores) food coloring 3 T. cornstarch 4 T.

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Homemade glow in the dark slime! Elmers clear glue, neon food coloring, glow in the dark craft paint, borax.

How to Make Homemade Bouncy Balls for Kids (That really bounce!)

How to Make Homemade Bouncy Balls for Kids (That really bounce

How to Make Homemade Bouncy Balls for Kids (That really bounce!)

Crystal Suncatchers: Science related suncatcher craft perfect for winter

Suncatchers made from crystals!

75 Things to do with your kids (many are FREE)..Traditions they will remember. Someone wrote: "Best list I've ever seen! So many things I'd never heard or thought of!"

75 Things to do with your kids (many are FREE).Traditions they will remember. Someone wrote: "Best list I've ever seen! So many things I'd never heard or thought of!" - Some fun ideas that the kids will love!

Activities: Make an Oil Sun CatcherPaint construction paper shapes with a q-tip dipped in baby oil

Make an Oil Sun Catcher

Art club-Oil on construction paper sun-catchers. Construction paper in various colors Marker Baby oil Water Cotton swabs

Make your own Super Bouncy Ball

How To Make a Super Bouncy Ball

I was trying to make slime, but I mixed up the steps and ended up making a super bouncy ball instead. Here's how to make a super bouncy ball.

Gak without borax:1 cup Elmer's glue,food coloring, 1 cup liquid starch    Pour glue and coloring in plastic container.Stir until color is thoroughly mixed in.Add starch a little at a time, stirring with a spoon or kneading with your fingers as mixture thickens.Keep stirring until mixture holds together like putty.    Test with your fingers: if too sticky, add more starch.

"Gak" recipe that doesn't use Borax. I used to have this recipe, glad to find it again! 1 cup Elmer's glue food coloring 1 cup liquid starch -add starch a little at a time, stirring with a spoon or kneeding with fingers as it thickens

how fun. fine motor skills, science

How to Make-Your-Own Bouncy Balls by cometogetherkids: The kids can easily make these themselves with Elmer's white glue, food coloring, Borax powder, cornstarch and warm water! I did this when I was a kid at science camp-love!

Make a simple lava lamp

Lamps

Easy Lava Lamp~ Fun science experiment for kids. Use simple household items such as vegetable oil, food coloring, Alka-Seltzer and a bottle to create chemical reactions and funky balls of color that move around like a real lava lamp.

Glitter stick - make these instead of having little kids use loose glitter. Summer camp idea anyone?? :D

Make glitter crayons instead of using loose glitter (which gets everywhere!) -- Need fine glitter, old wax crayons (broken into pieces), plastic mold, tin can, and a stirring stick.

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