baking soda and shaving cream snow

Erupting Snow Recipe

This new sensory snow is AMAZING even without the magical erupting aspect! It is silky smooth, smells so clean and fresh, and is NATURALLY cold! Only two ingredients too! A must try from Growing A Jeweled Rose! baking soda, shaving cream and vinegar

How to Make SILLY PUTTY with 2 INGREDIENTS

Homemade SILLY PUTTY - Just 2 INGREDIENTS

Homemade Silly Putty white, multi purpose glue (I used Elmers 1 cup) liquid starch (I used Sta-Flo cup) optional: food coloring *You can make more/less putty than we did just stick to a 2 parts glue, 1 part starch combo to achieve optimal putty.

Silky Soft Playdough recipe that is my favorite that my kids play with!  Homemade

Silky Soft Conditioner Playdough

Silky Soft Playdough made from two ingredients! Perfect activity for the kids this cup hair conditioner 2 cups cornstarch plus some

Bath Snow - this looks like so much fun! Nope, it isn't actually bringing in real snow. Make this snow and let your toddler or preschooler have a blast playing in the tub!

Play with Bathtub Snow

Easy to make, ONE ingredient (BAKING SODA+WATER) bath snow for super Winter play. This snow feels just like real snow and is tub safe, allowing kids to play in the snow at bath time, and all while staying warm! Mix it up, put in freezer 30 mins

Erupting Snow Recipe ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

Erupting Snow Recipe

Baking Soda & Shaving Cream Two ingredient snow recipe made using common household items- this stuff is amazing! It is naturally cold and feels just like fresh fallen powder in your hands. So easy to make, too. My kids love this sensory snow!

Indoor Snowmen: You’ll need: 2 boxes of cornstarch a can of foaming shaving cream a box or plastic container a sheet or tarp or even newspaper any random materials you have around your house Click Here for the instructions

SENSORY TABLE: INDOOR SNOWMAN: 2 boxes of cornstarch a can of foaming shaving cream a box or plastic container a sheet or tarp or even newspaper any random materials you have around your house

Squishy Snow Sensory Activity for Preschool Kids from Coffee Cups and Crayons

Squishy Snow Sensory Activity for Preschool Kids

Squishy Snow Sensory Material for Preschool. All you need is a bar of Ivory soap, a roll of toilet paper, and cups of hot water.

How to Make Snow Slime - This stuff stretches and squishes and sparkles like snow!  Fun winter activity for kids.

How to Make Snow Slime

How to Make Snow Slime - This stuff stretches and squishes and sparkles like snow! Fun winter activity for kids. (How To Make Christmas Slime)

Sock plant :-) go for a walk outdoors with a sock over your foot.. Put it in a bag by a window n see what grows ;-)

Science for kids - Wear an old sock over your shoe. Go for a nature walk. Remove sock, spritz with water & put into a ziploc bag. Hang the bag in a window for 2 weeks.watch what GROWS!

Play Create Explore: 20 Ways to Play with Shaving Cream

Pinned this to remind me to hide objects in shaving cream. 20 ways to use and play with shaving cream! A whole LOT of messy kid fun here! We LOVE shaving cream!

Icy Snow Slime! Use Elmer's Glue, glitter, and borax to make sparkly slime with your kids for winter.

Snow Slime Recipe

Snow Slime Recipe--this slime is ICY COLD & sparkly white just like fresh fallen snow- Kids can make OOZING snowmen and stretch and pull this faux snow in ways the real stuff could never allow. Such a FUN way to "play in the snow" this Winter!

10 Christmas-themed Science ideas for kids to do at home

Christmas Science Experiments

10 Christmas Science Activities - mostly for the toddler/preschool age. Good busy stuff while big brother is doing independent work.

Noodle Ball, with pool noodles and balloons.  Lots more ideas on this page too.

50 Activities to Keep Your Kids Busy This Summer

Cut pool noodles in half. Scatter 20 or so balloons on the ground around a laundry basket. Give players 5 mins to move as many balloons as possible into the laundry basket using only the pool noodle.

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