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Glow in the Dark!

This glow in the dark glue costs under two dollars to make and there are so many fun ways to use it!

Cut open glow sticks & pour them into bubble solution. Glow in the dark bubbles. Girls camp? And fun for kids.

Do your little ones love the baking soda and vinegar trick? Why not make them glow? Glowing volcanic eruptions- fun Science for kids

Glowing tonic filled balloons- tonic also makes a great alternative to glow water at bath. My daughter loved shaking the balloons, and making the water bubble and fizz. Looks so cool!

Night Bowling (water bottles and glow sticks) we did this last summer and the kids LOVED it!

Glowing GOOP sensory play- fun for babies and toddlers. Have your children played with GOOP yet?

Have your little ones explored with water beads yet? They are all the rave in mom circles right now. As soon as I got my hands on them, I knew why! Did you know you can make these gems glow?

Blob lights. Made out of battery tea lights and cut balloons. Gives off a soft glow. Used for Halloween, or other party.

glow in the dark treasure hunt

Glow in the dark??? Awesome.