Another Pinner said: "This kept my 2 year busy for an entire hour and my 4 year old busy for 2 hours! YAY! Drop vinegar tinted with food coloring onto a pan filled with baking soda. Sheer minutes of colorful fizziness!!" Looks like a lot of fun! Saving this one for a rainy day... (or a cranky one!)

Popped Bubble Art: I've done this activity with my kids a few times now and it never fails to fascinate them - and me! Simply color bubble mix with food coloring and blow bubbles onto paper - as the bubbles land and pop, they create beautiful works of art. It goes without saying that this project is best done outdoors. A great one for those lazy summer afternoons.

Cut up pipe-cleaners and place them in a bottle. Use a magnet to manipulate them. kids will stay busy for hours.

This was awesome! Place milk in shallow dish- add drops of food coloring. Now grab a *magic* toothpick. What? You don’t know where to buy magic toothpicks?? Just dip the end in dish soap & touch the milk with it. Colors instantly shoot out at lightning speed creating a wake of rainbows! Try dipping the toothpick in the color first and then the milk and you’ll make rings. Do not drink the milk ;)

DIY Ball Maze! For hours of fun!

I'M NEVER BUYING PAINT AGAIN! Paint- 1 cup salt, 1 cup flour, 1 c water, food coloring.

Coloring w/ Cars I would do it with big pieces of butcher paper

1 tbsp cornstarch, 4-6 pumps baby shampoo, 2-3 drops food coloring, 1-2 tsp water = bathtub paint

DIY Project for your train-loving, car-racing kid. Hours of fun!

Shaving cream + food coloring = Bathtub paint!! <3

going to try this over the long weekend

quilt made from onesies from baby's first year. GREAT for all those "first" onesies!

10 best kid activities

Soft as a Cloud...Playdough 2-1

Sidewalk chalk paint!

Cool science experiment! Dissolve egg shell off with vinegar and it will become a "naked egg" that can bounce... how fun!

baby shampoo, corn starch, and food coloring...bath paints!

Make your own fizzy sidewalk paint for the kids!

Liquid sidewalk chalk!!!

Awesome idea! Get plastic drop cloth from hardware store (10'x25' and 6 mm thick). Fold in half and seal edges--duck tape or melt plastic together by placing parchment paper between hot iron and plastic. Leave small opening at one end and tape hose onto it. Can put in food coloring before filling up. Can't wait to try this!