Salt painting. Make a glue design on dark paper, coat with salt, gently touch the salt with water/food color on a paintbrush and it spreads... so fun!

Salt painting. Make a glue design on dark paper, coat with salt, gently touch the salt with water/food color on a paintbrush and it spreads... so fun!

This DIY Funny Face Flip Book is simple to put together and will keep the kids creatively entertained all afternoon. Great summer kids activity.

DIY Funny Face Flip Book

This DIY Funny Face Flip Book is simple to put together and will keep the kids creatively entertained all afternoon. Great summer kids activity.

Sponge towers- cheap and quiet. Add sentence parts from my Sentence Builders Game. See who can collect the most sentences!

Sponge towers- cheap and quiet. Add sentence parts from my Sentence Builders Game. See who can collect the most sentences!

What a fun activity for summer! Use it for summer school or at home with your own children!

D.I.Y. Moon Sand (or Cloud Dough)

What a fun activity for summer! Use it for summer school or at home with your own children!

Color *Explosion* - this was made by putting a drop of paint on paper and the kids blew on the paint with straws.  Love it!

Color *Explosion* - this was made by putting a drop of paint on paper and the kids blew on the paint with straws. Love it!

homemade watercolors -  ■4 tbsp baking soda  ■2 tbsp white vinegar  ■1/2 tsp light corn syrup (I think this known as Kayro syrup in some parts. I didn’t have “light” so I used “golden” syrup)  ■2 tbsp corn starch (known as corn flour in the UK)  ■Food colouring (liquid or gels)  ■container to keep your paints in – I used a mini muffin tin, but you could use an ice-cube tray, small plastic cups, plastic egg carton etc.

homemade watercolors - ■4 tbsp baking soda ■2 tbsp white vinegar ■1/2 tsp light corn syrup (I think this known as Kayro syrup in some parts. I didn’t have “light” so I used “golden” syrup) ■2 tbsp corn starch (known as corn flour in the UK) ■Food colouring (liquid or gels) ■container to keep your paints in – I used a mini muffin tin, but you could use an ice-cube tray, small plastic cups, plastic egg carton etc.

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