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homemade watercolors (with baking soda, vinegar, cornstarch, corn syrup and food coloring!)

Homemade Flubber Recipe - It will keep your kids occupied for a long time! It has such a neat texture, you'll probably find yourself playing right along with them!.

Instead of buying beads-1 c. pasta (per color) 2 T. rubbing alcohol 2-3 drops food coloring = colored pasta beads. Cheap camp craft supplied

Instead of beads, use 1 cup of pasta, 2 tablespoons of rubbing alcohol, and 2-3 drops food coloring.

Instead of buying beads-1 c. pasta (per color) + 2 T. rubbing alcohol + 2-3 drops food coloring = colored pasta beads

I'm going to do this one day, but I'm going to try and hang some on my closet wall:)

Rainbow rice ~ Inspiration: When dyeing large amounts of white rice or noodles (we just did tiny batches) instead of using food coloring and vinegar use Easter Egg Dye with vinegar! You will get amazing colors (mostly spring) with great coverage. :)

Love this!!! Almost can't wait for Winter! Colored "Glass" Fill small balloons with water & food coloring then pop the balloon once frozen. Use as ice cubes for punch bowl.

Instead of beads, use 1 cup of pasta, 2 tablespoons of rubbing alcohol, and 2-3 drops food coloring. | 35 Money-Saving DIYs For Teachers On A Budget

Easy abstract painting that anyone can do! Just blob the paint on the canvas in random spots and blend! (would be interesting how students could make different pictures w/ the same colors and same blob positions)

Mix a few drops of food coloring (Neon works best) in the sand and “Voila”… colored sand!  Kids LOVE it!   (The food coloring will stain hands for a bit, but easily washes out with plenty of ocean/pool play.  It will not stain clothes). HAVE FUN MAKING THINGS COLORFUL!!!!!