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Repurpose an empty water bottle to make an I Spy Bottle! This easy project uses items from around the house & will provide hours of quiet fun for all ages! From www.pinfluence.com 1/17/12

DIY Oil and Water Project for Kids. How to make your own unique custom one at home. Now wouldn't this be a great summer project for the kiddos? And a great way to recycle water bottles too! #ad

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Bottle Bank

Earth Day Project | Piggy Bank Make a fun bank with your kids, this teaches them to reuse materials and to save money. Supplies: Plastic Container, Paint/Colored Tape, Craft Paper, Thread Spools or Buttons for legs, Pipe-Cleaner for tail *Parents help kids cut slot at the top with a knife and hold in back for tail.

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DIY I Spy Bottle — Meet The Dubiens

Love the idea of this (I-Spy bottle to keep Clara busy in the car for hours when she's a little older).

The Foamerator, the most awesome homemade toy ever! Cut the bottom off a water bottle and cover it up with a damp piece of old terry cloth & secure with a rubber band. Then dip into bubble soap and blow into the mouthpiece--watch HUGE bubble snakes emerge! Easy video tutorial.

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Fun with Bottles

Fun with Bottles - www.childcarelounge.com

I-Spy Bottle - Could even turn into a "theme" for a birthday party--each kid makes their own! Maybe use colored sand too??

Cool science experiment! Dissolve egg shell off with vinegar and it will become a "naked egg" that can bounce... how fun!

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50+ Summer Camp-Inspired Activities for Kids

50 Summer Camp-Inspired Activities for Kids - so many fun things to do with kids!

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Make Your Own Lava Lamp

Such simple items can be transformed into a cool activity that blends both science and art. If you have an empty water bottle, water, vegetable oil and food coloring, you can make this fascinating kid's activity! As a bonus, it also teaches kids about liquid density (and an explanation about that is included in this post!).