Fairies In A Jar: just imagine childs face when they see this, something they will never forget so its worth a little work on this one. FAIRIES IN A JAR DIRECTIONS: Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter Seal the top
DIY Mini Mason Jar Aquariums Make waves and teach your kids about sea habitats with this cool and simple ocean bottle DIY. This is perfect for ocean themed parties or beach weddings. Such a fun craft for kids too!
More than 50 science activities for kids. For use with elementary ESL unit on weather. filled a clear glass with water and topped it with a shaving cream cloud.Then we dropped food coloring on the top until it started to rain!
If I had a pool I would totally try this out. Put a glow stick in a balloon for pool lanterns. Pool party on a Summer night! I think this could work pinned up on the fence of a backyard without a pool, too, so really great idea for any outdoor BBQ/party!
Really good for a PEOP lesson or a Science connection :) Alka Seltzer Blob Bottles! - Such a great craft to do with kids! Need: 1 Liter (or any size) bottle, regular water, cooking oil, food coloring, and Alka Seltzer.
Glowing jar DIRECTIONS: Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter Seal the top with a lid. I found glow sticks at the Dollar Tree. I used a mason jar that I had left over from the Salt Art in a Jar project.
Make this super easy Water Sprinkler for the kids using a foam pool noodle . plus lots of other fun pool noodle crafts. Have kids help you poke holes in the noodle and set it up! They will have more fun knowing that they helped to set it up!
20 Ways To Use A Pool Noodle DIY - By: Michelle HortonThose classic pool noodles are more useful than you think — rain or shine, summer or winter, inside or out. Whether you’re looking for backyard activities, party games, or just DIY craft ideas
Calming Jar :: Time Out idea. Fill w/ hot water, add 1 tbs glitter glue, 3 tsp fine glitter, & a drop of blue food coloring. Have the child shake the jar & watch the glitter fall. When all the glitter has settled (and when the child has calmed down)