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  • Ann Blake

    Sidewalk Squirty Paint {Only 3 ingredients!} There is also a link at the bottom for Exploding Sidewalk Paint.

  • Janene Russell

    Sidewalk Squirty Paint - this might work better than sidewalk chalk when we use the parking lot to practice graphing.

  • Erin @ The Humbled Homemaker

    Sidewalk Squirty Paint - this stuff is so fun it keeps kids playing for a whole afternoon! {Only 3 ingredients!} Summer fun for the kids.

  • Leslie F

    SUCCESS: We tried this Sidewalk Squirty Paint on a whim and I am glad we did! It looked like we were going to run out within five minutes, but this activity actually stretched a full hour! Great entertainment for a seven-year-old.

  • Dusty Binkerd

    Sidewalk Squirt Paint - this stuff is so fun it kept my kids playing for a whole afternoon! {Only 3 ingredients!}

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