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How to make fairies in a jar    this is something everyone will love you can just imagine the look on your childs face when they see this and its something they will never forget so its worth a little work on this one.    fairies in a jar directions:    1. cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. add diamond glitter    2. seal the top wi

How to make fairies in a jar this is something everyone will love you can just imagine the look on your childs face when they see this and its something they will never forget so its worth a little work on this one. fairies in a jar directions: 1. cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. add diamond glitter 2. seal the top wi

I Spy Bottle this would be such a cool distraction tool if i need to look something up while talking to a kid

DIY I Spy Bottle

I Spy Bottle this would be such a cool distraction tool if i need to look something up while talking to a kid

This could be a fun science fair project someday :) Ants stomachs are transparent. a woman noticed it when ants drank/ate spilled milk one day so she gave them some colorful candy and then photographed them!

I know it says that the experiments are for preschoolers, but I think kids of any age will enjoy them.

I know it says that the experiments are for preschoolers, but I think kids of any age will enjoy them.

Já pensou em ter uma jarra vagalume na decoração da sua casa gastando quase nada?

Já pensou em ter uma jarra vagalume na decoração da sua casa gastando quase nada?

Stretch polymers and imaginations with this galaxy slime from Twodaloo! Using a standard slime recipe, adding just two extra ingredients can take your kids on a trip to the stars! Liquid starch, Elmer's glue, liquid water color, and glitter!

Night Sky Activities for Preschool: Galaxy Slime

Stretch polymers and imaginations with this galaxy slime from Twodaloo! Using a standard slime recipe, adding just two extra ingredients can take your kids on a trip to the stars! Liquid starch, Elmer's glue, liquid water color, and glitter!

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