Water bottles and glow sticks make for perfect glow-in-th-dark backyard bowling pins. Make at least six of these, and use any kind of ball (basketball, soccer ball, etc.) to knock down your glowing pins.

Water bottles and glow sticks make for perfect glow-in-th-dark backyard bowling pins. Make at least six of these, and use any kind of ball (basketball, soccer ball, etc.) to knock down your glowing pins.

Science experiment: watch the blue and yellow water travel up the paper towel and into the empty cup making green water. Kids will remember how to make green!

Science experiment: watch the blue and yellow water travel up the paper towel and into the empty cup making green water. Kids will remember how to make green!

NOW HOW COME MY PARENTS DIDNT DO THIS FOR ME WHEN I WAS A KID??
KoolAid ices cubes in sprite. The drink changes flavor as the ice melts! 
IM TOTALLY GOING TO DO THIS NOW!

NOW HOW COME MY PARENTS DIDNT DO THIS FOR ME WHEN I WAS A KID?? KoolAid ices cubes in sprite. The drink changes flavor as the ice melts! IM TOTALLY GOING TO DO THIS NOW!

Glow in the dark jelly - this probably uses tonic water as well.

Glow in the dark jelly - this probably uses tonic water as well.

Glow in the dark luminaria jars Glow in the Dark: 15 Neon Birthday Party Ideas - ParentMap

Glow in the dark luminaria jars Glow in the Dark: 15 Neon Birthday Party Ideas - ParentMap

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