ICE CREAM in 5 minutes :)  In a small Ziplock bag, put: 1/2 C. half and half (milk works too) 1 Tbps. sugar 1 tsp. vanilla...  want to try frozen fruit in it next time, too. Insert that bag into a larger, one gallon Ziplock filled with ice and salt. Shake the bag for five minutes. Kids love that part! Then, remove the smaller bag which should have turned into ice cream.

ICE CREAM in 5 minutes :) In a small Ziplock bag, put: 1/2 C. half and half (milk works too) 1 Tbps. sugar 1 tsp. vanilla... want to try frozen fruit in it next time, too. Insert that bag into a larger, one gallon Ziplock filled with ice and salt. Shake the bag for five minutes. Kids love that part! Then, remove the smaller bag which should have turned into ice cream.

GIANT BUBBLES! Kids love this! Find a   recipe for bubble sauce to fill the pool at an affordable price! We rigged a   plastic pipe frame with string and just one person could pull it up. Did it for   a fund raiser event once.

GIANT BUBBLES! Kids love this! Find a recipe for bubble sauce to fill the pool at an affordable price! We rigged a plastic pipe frame with string and just one person could pull it up. Did it for a fund raiser event once.

How to make glittered slime... Your kids are going to LOVE you! the36thavenue.com

How to make Glitter Slime

Rainbow in a jar Materials Paper Colored Chalk Salt Small Jars --We’re out of the baby-phase so no baby food jars in this house, but if you have them, they are ideal for this project. I found some old plastic craft jars I hadn’t used, so went with that. I highly recommend using glass as the chalk dust sticks less.  Gather Materials. My suggestion is to get a set of materials for each child - makes for less yelling and grabbing. I know we’ll use them again, too.  Plus, that way they get to…

Rainbow in a jar Materials Paper Colored Chalk Salt Small Jars --We’re out of the baby-phase so no baby food jars in this house, but if you have them, they are ideal for this project. I found some old plastic craft jars I hadn’t used, so went with that. I highly recommend using glass as the chalk dust sticks less. Gather Materials. My suggestion is to get a set of materials for each child - makes for less yelling and grabbing. I know we’ll use them again, too. Plus, that way they get to…

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