Creating art on the sidewalk using chalk is a great summer activity for kids. Find out how to make your own sidewalk chalk in any color you wish. Your kids will love this fun project that also teaches them importance science concepts.
Colorful totem poles are fascinating symbols of Native American cultures. Take a look at these Totem Pole Craft Projects For Kids, which can be made from recycled material such as plastic bottles, tin cans or egg cartons.
The Rainbow Fish was definitely a favorite among my small library! I loved the colors and the textured pages. This book taught me the value in sharing and not being vain. Even today, I love to share my valuables and experiences with loved ones!
Corn starch Baking soda Food coloring or liquid watercolors Vinegar Squirt bottles Sidewalk SQUIRT painting with liquid chalk- a super fun way to play and create art in the warm weather! (BONUS- Squirt vinegar on the liquid chalk to make it FIZZ!
Sidewalk Chalk Paint -- cup of cold water and mixed in a cup of cornstarch. Add a **small** amount of food coloring to give it a little bit of color. (Do not add a lot of food coloring or it will stain the sidewalk) Use regular brushes-not foam
Sidewalk Simon Game- A Rainbow Learning Activity. You can make your own with chalk version to practice colors and strengthen your memory skills. Jump from color to color, adding one more color each round to see how much they can remember.