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Web coolness: Our favorite links this week

Our favorite links this week include some awesome DIYs for kids, thoughts about boys and dolls, and a fascinating change coming to celebrity baby photos.
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    Rainbow Soap Foam Bubbles Sensory Play from Fun at Home with Kids - I love her idea of using liquid water colors instead of food coloring

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    Rainbow Soap Foam Bubbles Sensory Play from Fun at Home with Kids Pinterest is a Pinterest page with sensory based activities for toddlers and preschool. Pins are focused on the senses. 155 pins gathered from around the web. Emphasis is on home made, inexpensive goodies for kids to feel, grab, squeeze, small, and sometimes eat! "Safe, edible glow water", "Recipe for an ultra fun and stretchy Polka Dot Slime!", "Rainbow Soap Foam Bubbles Sensory Play", kid-safe glittery slime, "No-Cook Edible Chia, Flax, and Seedless Slime Recipes", and much more! Who knew little folks could have so much fun discovering so much! Going in Early Learning and Homeschool.

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water play with multiple activities. It would be neat to have an area where several short hoses and sprayers with containers could be attached. I'd make it longer so that children would be spaced farther apart but I like the natural look of what appears to be a wooden wall and possible wooden steps or a bench behind it to provide better access from the top.

Polka dot fun~ Cover a paper towel or toilet paper roll with bubble wrap, paint the bubbles and then press on your paper. This is a great idea for a back drop, paper table cloth, invites, decor, etc.

Fun Things to Make and Do with Kids this summer! So many ideas just in time for summertime fun

100 fun kids activities for Screen Free Week - or any week of the year!

Sock bubbles...a pinner wrote "it took 3 mins to make & is soooo cool. The kids are gonna love it! Our favorite pinterest find yet!"

Lesson 19: Feet Bubble Wrap Run: Simple Indoor Fun! I used several separate pieces of bubble wrap with duct tape. (side note - duct tape doesn't leave any residue on pergo :)) 8-month liked it but mostly wanted to pick it up and put it in her mouth. (Make sure to tape down all sides!) The bigger bubble wrap works better than the smaller. Overall, very fun!