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Bubble painting (: Mix food coloring in with bubbles then blow them on paper and let them pop.

Bubble painting (: Mix food coloring in with bubbles then blow them on paper and let them pop. Big bad bubble by Rubin, Adam. April, bubbles, chocolate : an ABC of poetry. Bubble trouble by Packard, Mary.

Art Party Bubble Painting ~ kids love bubbles, so why not paint with them!  adorable bubble art.

Bubble Painting: Simply have the kiddos blow, and blow and blow until they have a huge pile of bubbles. Next press the paper gently into the bubbles allowing them to pop on the paper. Repeat the process with as many colors as the kids want. The end result

Bubble wrap Painting PART 1. So easy a toddler can do it. But frame it, make it your own and it becomes something you can hang on a wall :) Check out Part II posting of bubble wrap art made by a real artist. Amazing what you can do. From incredible@rtdepartment here.

I could also see this used on making our cards. Wipe a stamp pad across the bubble wrap and press onto the cardstock. Bubble Wrap Paintings - paint with acrylic or tempera on sheet of bubble wrap. Press clean sheet of paper on top.

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Fun art project with the kids! 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)

Firework Salt Painting

This firework salt painting art project is the perfect art activity to do with your kids this summer! It uses salt to create a cool effect.

Massive ice marbles!  In the winter, fill a balloon with food colouring and water.  Put it outside, wait for it to freeze, then pop the balloon - It would be amazing - but I live in Queensland.

Experiment with Food Coloring — What To Do This Weekend

*Colored ice balls* Fill balloons with water and add food coloring (be careful not to let the food coloring escape!), once frozen cut the balloons off and voila! Look like giant marbles :) best winter decor ever. also, use them in the summer time

Popped Bubble Art: I've done this activity with my kids a few times now and it never fails to fascinate them - and me!  Simply color bubble mix with food coloring and blow bubbles onto paper - as the bubbles land and pop, they create beautiful works of art. It goes without saying that this project is best done outdoors.  A great one for those lazy summer afternoons.

Popped Bubble Art

Popped Bubble Art: Simply color bubble mix with food coloring and blow bubbles onto paper. As the bubbles land and pop, they create beautiful works of art. A great kids activity for those lazy summer afternoons

Paint that grows. Mix 1 cup flour, 3 tsp baking powder, 1 tsp salt, and enough water to make consistency of pancake batter. Divide into 4 parts and put in snack size Ziploc baggies along with food coloring. Squish it around to mix up the colors. Rubber band like icing bag and snip tiny hole. Squeeze to paint and then pop paper in microwave for 30-45 seconds and watch the paint puff up and grow.

Paint that grows. Mix 1 cup flour, 3 tsp baking powder, 1 tsp salt, and enough water to make consistency of pancake batter. add food coloring, paint and then pop paper in microwave for seconds and watch the paint puff up and grow.

DIY Unbelievably Beautiful Painting With Watercolors, Glue and Salt | Kidsomania

Painting with Watercolors, Glue and Salt. This will be a fun project this summer, just paint the canvas with watercolors. add some kosher sea salt (coarse is better than fine salt) and some glue splotches!

MAKE YOUR OWN MODEL MAGIC AIR DRY CLAY:  2 Cups of Baking Soda   1 Cup of Corn Starch    1& 1/2 Cups of Cold Water

This homemade clay recipe only takes two ingredients if you count the water) and 10 minutes! Oh, and it is so much cheaper than the store bought model magic! Modeling Clay Recipe 2 Cups of Baking Soda 1 Cup of Corn Starch Cups of Cold Water

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