The Foamerator, the most awesome homemade toy ever! Cut the bottom off a water bottle and cover it up with a damp piece of old terry cloth & secure with a rubber band. Then dip into bubble soap and blow into the mouthpiecewatch HUGE bubble snakes emerge! Easy video tutorial. Made these with kids at the library and they loved em!

The Foamerator, the most awesome homemade toy ever! Cut the bottom off a water bottle and cover it up with a damp piece of old terry cloth & secure with a rubber band. Then dip into bubble soap and blow into the mouthpiece--watch HUGE bubble snakes

Homemade Giant Bubbles Recipe:  1 cup water, 1/4 cup dish soap, 1 Tbsp glycerin or corn syrup

Homemade Bubbles Recipe {For Big Thick Bubbles

Homemade Giant Bubbles Recipe: 1 cup water, cup dish soap, 1 Tbsp glycerin or corn syrup

Huge "water bed" giant sensory bag. Best outside activity ever! A whole day of fun for under $10 ! This was a HUGE hit. This looks fun!

Giant Waterbed: "The best day ever!" say the kids. This "water bed" made from tarps & duct tape & lasted all day! £Utah County Mom: Giant "water bed" as outside sensory bag

Fun Target Practice Games (Water/Nerf)

Target Practice

The World’s Best Bubbles 1 1/2 quarts of water 1/2 cup light corn syrup 1 cup liquid dish soap

“World’s Best Bubbles” recipe bubble mix. 1 quarts of water cup light corn syrup 1 cup liquid dish soap Mix water and corn syrup until completely blended. Slowly stir in soap. Will last several weeks in an airtight container.

homemade finger paint (safe for baby)....adding it to the list!

Homemade Edible Finger Paint Recipe

The Imagination Tree: Homemade Edible Finger Paint Recipe: 2 cups of corn starch * 1 cup of cold water * cups of boiling water * Liquid food colouring

Homemade slime...just in time for Halloween!  Great project for kids or even a class party at school.  #Halloween

Homemade Slime

I think this slime is a good idea to make for kids. I think this slime is a good idea to make for kids. I think this slime is a good idea to make for kids.

kidz: catch, hand eye coordination!!

Milk Jug Ball Catcher *** My kids had fun with this game. I didn't bother taping the edge of the milk jug, it wasn't sharp. We made a ball using leftover foil but any ball will do.

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DIY Kids Water Wall by playingbythebook via curbly. this is more about play, but I think something a little more durable with this same idea might go well in the sideyard garden/play area.

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