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For all of the parents who have spent tons of cash on moonsand!! :) moonsand - mix together 4 cups sand, 2 cups cornflour, and 1 cup of water.

Silky soft play dough for kids using 2 ingredients. 1 cup conditioner (the cheaper the better), 2 cups cornflour/cornstarch, Glitter (optional)

PAINT in KETCHUP BOTTLES! 1 cup salt, 1 cup flour, 1 cup water and food coloring. FROM: http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/fb/67/d4/fb67d429167b695d711b420e2257e901.jpg

Skinny Momfrom Skinny Mom

14 Brain Power Snacks For Your Kids

Here are 14 brain-boosting snacks that are still simple to prepare, and still delicious for pint-sized picky palettes.

DIY Industrial Strength Bubbles: 6 cups water, 1 cup corn syrup, 2 cups Joy dish soap- these are un-poppable!

Cloud Dough - (the stuff at hands on museums) 8 cups flour & 1 cup baby oil. It feels like flour as you run your fingers through it, but it's mold-able. A wonderful sensory activity for children. So cool

Summer Fun - Plastic Cup Marshmallow Shooter - my mom made these for my 3 year old and 8 year old and they were a huge hit :)

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Homemade Watercolour Paint

Homemade Water-Color Paints

Water bottle bubble blower: Nora and Elliot would love this! #Bubbles #Kids #Toys #DY

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Summer Fun: 4 Easy Recipes for Goopy Play Material

Summer Fun: 4 Easy Recipes for Goopy Play Material. Let's make sensory integration more fun, less work.

Learning 4 Kidsfrom Learning 4 Kids

How to Make Puffy Paint?

Puffy Paint #puffypaint #rainbow #craft #lookwhatimade #tommeetippeeau Check out the recipe here: http://www.learning4kids.net/2012/10/16/how-to-make-puffy-paint/

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Bath Tub Paints

Homemade bath paints

ooblick This stuff is amazing. Mix 2 cups of cornstarch and 1 cup water in a bowl. This defies Newtons third law of motionfor every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. If you quickly smack it with your hand it immediately turns into a solid, instead of splashing or moving. If you slowly move it reacts like a liquid....