Snake bubbles: -an empty bottle (I used a Gatorade bottle) -rubber band -terry cloth (I used a wash cloth) -liquid dish soap -water Mix the dish soap with some water, I did a 2 to 1 ratio soap to 1 water).
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
this one sounds even easier to make: bubble snakes = easy quick craft. Cut the bottom off water bottle. Put old sock over bottom and duct tape. Add food coloring for fun. Dip end in dish soap mixed with a little water
Glow-in-the-dark slime! Another pinner says: glow in the dark slime UPDATE: made this and it was every bit as cool as I had hoped. Not sticky (was afraid it'd be sticky on the hands) and therefore not messy. and it glows!
A TIN FOIL RIVER * A River Runs through it. (in our front yard) * Camo and Bows * A trickle from the garden hose keeps the tin foil in place "as you build it" along the route the water flows! * Kids of all ages will enjoy on a hot day.