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You will not believe this list of Easter Activities for kids... Easter Games, Easter Crafts, Easter Science and even more!

A fresh new way to enjoy fro yo! These creamy bites come in all the colors of the rainbow. All you need are yogurt, fruit and a freezer. Easy freezy!

Birthday balloon avalanche :) What you'll need: -bedroom door that opens inward -clear shower curtain (you could use anything but we chose the clear curtain so we could capture her face on video) -painters tape -75 balloons (we used the small ones and probably "over did it"... but she only turns 6 once, right?!) -two out of breath parents -one birthday girl/boy

Use a small measuring spoon or funnel to put baking soda inside a balloon. Add vinegar to a bottle, then attach balloon to the mouth of bottle. Be careful not to let baking soda hit vinegar until balloon is securely attached. Lift the balloon & shake the baking soda into vinegar and watch the magic begin!

This is what happens when you microwave a bar of Ivory soap! Then you can tear it up, color it, and mold it into shapes! It's not wet and messy, either!

NurtureStorefrom NurtureStore

100 days of summer bucket list

100 days of summer bucket list : packed full of ideas for things to do with the kids to keep playing and learning all summer long.

How to Make a Leak Proof Water Blob (without tape!). We did a blob last year. The kids loved it. And it leaked. I looked over how she does it (iron-genius!) and am excited to give it a try. We added glitter to our water to make it a little more fun.

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Kids Craft - Barbapapa &playing with all our crafty things

Egg Carton Boats... and kids art for sails.