Bath tub paint

Use laundry basket as toddler seat in bath tub. Helps keep them from hitting head on hard tub, and keeps toys from floating out of reach. CANNOT believe I've never thought of this.

They will be busy for hours

Sensory play activities for baby or toddler. Great ideas like jello exploration tubs, colored pasta digs, and homemade goop!

1 tbsp cornstarch, 4-6 pumps baby shampoo, 2-3 drops food coloring, 1-2 tsp water = voila! bathtub paint. THIS IS AWESOME

Polka Dot Bath. Craft foam circles from craft store sticks to tub when wet!

Bath paint 1/4 cup shampoo/ or hand soap/ or body wash (use whatever soapy thing you have lying around, great use for shampoo you didn’t like, or the end of the body wash) 1/4 cup corn starch 1-2 TBS water 3-4 drops food coloring

Add a little bit of food coloring to shaving cream and make bath tub paint

Rub-a-Dub-Dub, Baby Picasso in a Tub! Homemade Bath Paints-- 1/2 cup baby wash 1/4 cup cornstarch (or tapioca starch) Drops of food coloring Muffin pan or plastic egg container

Homemade bath crayons // Let your kids have a blast in a bathtub filled with cut-up pool noodles! Great for any age from baby to toddler to big kid. They can be used in so many creative ways, and are an inexpensive buy in summer.

How to make your bath water glow and other totally awesome things to do with your kids (This website is amazing!!)

The Brooding Hen: Hardware Store Bath Toys

Shaving Cream Bath Tub Paint! by The Imagination Tree. All you need is a can of shaving foam/ cream (preferably hypoallergenic) and a few drops of food colouring! First of all I squirted the foam into 4 different containers, then Cakie added the colouring to the top of each and stirred each one up in turn, using a paintbrush.

this is seriously the best website i have ever seen for fun creative things to do with ur kids n they show u how to make stuff with very inexpensive things!! im so tryin this stuff!!

Bathtub paint from Ivory soap experiment

Rainy for magnetic letters in the bath tub -- great activity for winter days. This site has SO many fun things for kids to do!!"

Homemade Playdough. I have made my own playdough and saw this wonderful blog post. I decided to forgo blogging about making play dough because she did such a good job and took step by step pictures. This stuff holds up really well. I actually store mine in the fridge. I personally loath Playdoh since the odor makes me nauseous. Great activity for your little ones.

Homemade bath paint

Cool whip paint, Infant play. Even the older kids too would dig this too