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    Make your own lava lamp sounds like a fun activity mixed with articulation cards for a middle-elementary aged child.

    Homemade lava lamps. Add vegetable oil, about 3/4th of the water bottle, and then ten drops of food coloring. Then take an alkaseltzer tab and break it into four pieces. Drop one in at a time and wait for each to dissove.

    Make Your Own Lava Lamp - What a fun outdoor, summer project to do with your kids! Uses supplies you probably already have at home!

    1. take a huge balloon, lots of doilies, and some wallpaper glue 2. blow up the balloon, and paint the glue onto the doilies so that they're soaked. 3. tie the balloon on a string. make sure all of the doilies are overlapping so that they stick 4. put on an extra coat of glue and let it dry for at least 24 hours. pop the balloon and you're ready to go :)

    oil, water, food coloring, an empty water bottle, and Alka Seltzer antacid= home made lava lamp!

    Love love love love love! this would be great with my old negatives!! hmmmmm great idea!

    Homemade Lava Bottles. I cannot wait to do this with the kids. H loves volcanoes, so I know she will love this.

    I nearly broke my nose when I did this when I was younger as I have a door right across from the stairs

    Homemade lava lamps....fun summer activity (if your kids are prone to spilling like mine it's probably best done outside)

    DIY: Lava Lamps made w/ cooking oil, food color, water & Alka Seltzer...fun for kids to make & watch