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Modern Parents Messy Kidsfrom Modern Parents Messy Kids

Best Homemade Playdough Ever: Jell-O Playdough

Best Play Dough Ever

Teaching Mamafrom Teaching Mama

Soap Foam Sidewalk Paint

Soap Foam Sidewalk Paint - An easy recipe and fun way to color the sidewalks!

Another great craft that uses recycled plastic water bottles. This project makes bubbling blowing easier for little hands. you 'n' me camp and holiday camp. kids can paint the bottle

Homeschool Creationsfrom Homeschool Creations

Koolaid Playdough Recipe

One of my favorite recipes for playdough is one that goes back to my days of being a preschool teacher – Koolaid Playdough. The scent and bright colors make it even more fun to play with. The recipe itself can be pulled together in about ten mi

Fun at Home with Kidsfrom Fun at Home with Kids

Golden Glitter Slime

Bubble wrap painting, looks like a fun summer art project! |

This is truly the BEST play dough recipe ever,and if you add dry koolaid instead of food coloring, you have smell-o-riffic dough!

Wine & Gluefrom Wine & Glue

Sidewalk Chalk Spray

Sidewalk Chalk Spray : 1Tbsp flour, 10 drops food coloring, & 1/2 c warm water! Shake it up in the bottle and let your kid go nuts.

a babysitter's dream: recipes for moon sand, flubber, sidewalk paint, window paint, play dough, shaving cream paint, bubbles, and more.

All you need is 5 cups of regular flour and 1 cup of baby oil. Simply mix the two together and it turns into this silky soft sand. You can throw some sand toys into your tray or you can use items such as spoons and measuring cups

Use an Ikea table, cut a whole, paint with your choice of chalk paint, put a bowl with chalk, and you have a under $20 dollar entertainment center for your kids. So neat!

dye rice with hand sanitizer and food coloring - meant for kids play table but this would make great filler for glass vases/decorative glass displays! I must attempt this!