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Homemade squeeze paint

Here is another recipe that I found in my files :) Squeeze Painting You will need: Flour salt water food coloring or liquid tem.

window paint::I am going to paint a big tree on our sliding glass door with the kids and then do the project where they write what they are thankful for on leaves and tape them to the tree for November.

How to Make Easy Homemade Window Paint Recipe

Glue paint ...add food coloring to school glue. by melva Create things w/ glue and glass

add food coloring to school glue. Add food coloring to glue that has room to stir. Can also leave paint upside down to mix color.

Facebook Twitter Google+ PinterestI mentioned this last week, but J is still really into shaking out spices these days.  “Shake shake Mamma?”  is heard any time I get close to the kitchen.  So, again, I’m tapping into that want by setting up a fun activity for him. It was super simple to set up, and …

Painting with Sand

A fun painting activity with a lot of sensory play mixed in!

easy art for kids - marker paint Liquid water paints made by soaking dried out markers, how fun!

DIY Marker Paints

easy art for kids - marker paint - homemade watercolor. easy kids craft hours of fun. Ways to use up old marker that are drying out

Atelier des poupées: Activity - Homemade finger paints

Homemade Finger Paints (Recipe) I used to make it by cooking powdered laundry starch ( used in the old days! Add food coloring and stir. My kids used to LOVE finger painting!

The World’s Best Bubbles:    1 1/2 quarts of water;    1/2 cup light corn syrup;    1 cup liquid dish soap;    Mix water and corn syrup until completely blended. Slowly stir in soap. Will last several weeks in an airtight container.

diy {‘the world’s best bubbles’}

“World’s Best Bubbles” recipe bubble mix. 1 quarts of water cup light corn syrup 1 cup liquid dish soap Mix water and corn syrup until completely blended. Slowly stir in soap. Will last several weeks in an airtight container.

Bath paints: 1 cup baby bubble bath or body wash  4 tbsp cornstarch food coloring

Bath paints: 1 cup baby bubble bath or body wash 4 tbsp cornstarch food coloring - HUGE bathtime hit for my artistic girl!

Layer crayons to make a candle from the heat of the sun! Stick a candle wick in there & add some sort of liquid scent, then sit in the sun for 5-7 hours

Sun Melted Crayon Candle: Students can see the states of matter change over time. plus they'll have a pretty candle to take home.

Make these DIY scented liquid watercolor spray paints with just three ingredients! You can use them for all sorts of art projects!

Maybe for street art lessons? For my classroom, I'd take out the scents.Make these DIY scented liquid watercolor spray paints with just three ingredients! You can use them for all sorts of art projects!

Irresistible Ideas for play based learning »  simple window paint Cornflour Dish soap Food coloring

Homemade window paint dish liquid, cup corn flour and food colouring

Pre-school Play: Cloud Dough:))

Also called: Moon Sand! Cloud dough: 8 cups of flour 1 cup of baby oil Put oil and flour in a bowl and mix together with your hands. Mix until you end up with a mixture that resembles breadcrumbs. Now enjoy your cloud dough!

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