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Paint with Ice. Add food coloring and clothes pins before making ice in trays. Once frozen, kids can use them as the 'melt' on paper...

How to keep a child busy for hours in the summer: DIY: Giant Ice Cube Awesomeness - filled with plastic animals, dinos, and such. CONTROLLED DESTRUCTION!

cut up sponges and tie them together......dunk in water bucket and let kids throw around

drop box ~ Great use of a cardboard box! Cut different sizes and shapes out of the bottom and get a variety of objects (foam shapes, pony beads, rocks, colored pasta, etc). And let them explore!

Sensory bottles! They used Voss water bottles. Not sure where to find them but any water bottle will work. use mineral oil for a way to slow down the materials in the bottle. I usually do 2/3 water to 1/3 oil. Can also do just rice and small objects for I-Spy bottles.

Great way to limit their sun (they could even nap outside), while letting you still take in some rays.

As summer heats up- try a really cool art project! This takes some planning- you have to let the ice freeze overnight... But how much fun would it be to creat ice sculptures in the backyard on a nice summer day! All you need are some containers of different sizes and shapes, food coloring, water, and some imagination!

Fill squeeze bottles with white glue and liquid water color. Use 99 cent picture frames and squeeze glue onto the glass of the frame.

Cereal box guitars. Jenny, what a Fun project! Along with the DIY Drumset-build Guitars & Let em Make Music!! Ahaha! Ya'lls kids would be Hilarious with these♥ xoxoxo

I need to start making more of a routine and connect with some local mom groups.

$5 per set! Adorable and affordable PDF download + instructions for making wooden block toys