I totally remember this from when I was a kid . . . hot glue on cardboard, then add foil and "color" with a pen to age it and press the foil down/show the design. Could be cool in a frame. Shoes Polish, For Kids, Tins Ceilings, Aluminum Foil, Foil Art, Black Shoes, Old Tins, Foil Drawings, Tins Tile
Foil Drawings Kids can do
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Foil Drawings! Looks like tin tiles! Good for kids?
foil art -- made with glue, aluminum foil & black shoe polish!
Foil Drawings -- using cardboard, aluminum foil, black shoe polish, Aleen's Tacky Glue, glue stick, dull pencil, cotton swab and an old rag or paper towels. Easy and cute! I can see making several and grouping them to look like the old tin ceiling tiles!
finger paint: 1/4 c cornstarch 1/4 tsp salt 1 1/2 Tbsp sugar 1 c cold water Food coloring 1. Mix cornstarch, salt, sugar, and water in pot. Cook over low heat for about 10 min, stirring constantly. 2. The mixture will start thin, but eventually thicken. When it does, remove from heat and let it cool. 3. Once cool, divide it into small containers and add a few drops of food coloring to each.
Be fun to try today!
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Preschool Fine Motor Skills Activities: Homemade Fingerpaint
diy fingerpaint recipe
Homemade Finger Paint no flour. 2 Tbsp cornstarch, 1 cup water, 1/4 tsp salt,1 Tbsp sugar. Combine ingredients in a small pan, bring to a low boil while whisking over medium heat, immediately remove from heat, whisk smooth. Let cool. Add a drop or two of food coloring.
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Cloud Parfaits ~ Reading Confetti layer blue jello and cool whip for clouds in the sky
cloud parfaits & other weather activities So fun!
Cloud Parfaits dessert~ to go along with Cloud experiment!
Read "Little Cloud" by Eric Carle and then whip up your own cloud parfaits with this recipe from Reading Confetti. The parfait combines different textures for those working on feeding sensitivites. Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. For more sensory-related pins, see http://pinterest.com/spdbn
Weather unit ideas!
A very good reminder;)