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Zimmer Children's Museum
Zimmer Children's Museum
Zimmer Children's Museum

Zimmer Children's Museum

We're playing our way to a better world at LA's only children's museum!

first birthday painting <-- love this idea!!!

Dress up standard balloons by filling them with confetti for a pop of colorful birthday party décor.

Need a good free or cheap activity to keep kids occupied indoors during the winter? Seriously easy and entertained our toddler for a solid month. Check out the other tutorials on the site--they're gold! DIY Light Tunnel For Your Kiddos - Going Green with the Grizls

Rainy days....fishing for magnetic letters in the bath tub -- great activity for winter days.

Paper plate winter hats- craft for toddlers and preschool. Students make pattern on back

20 Activities For Bored Toddlers.. im sure ill be happy i posted this!

Sensory Play - ICE WORLD - A tub filled with ice, water, food colouring and sea themed props. (learning4kids.net)

Bubbling foam dough sensory play - three ways to play with this erupting dough!

Rainbow oats - how to dye oats for sensory play from And Next Comes L

diy crayon wands - how perfect to make into "magic wands" for a princess birthday party as party favors!!!

The Little Mermaid Ariel Magical Wand Craft Tutorial for a Birthday Party from FoodFamilyFinds.com

Fruit loop cereal names

gave the kids an assortment of items to string on their spaghetti. We used small bowls of penne, Cheerios, Fruit Loops, and cut up straws.

Sense of Smell-Painting with Tea Bags -- this is a great idea and totally safe and natural! LOVE THIS!! (Uses herbal fruit teas.)

Kids' art project: painting with fruit: How to make natural dyes from fruit

WACKY Watermelon Day- A Summer FUN day packed with activities to keep kids busy and having fun- watermelon boat races, bowling, art, sensory, treats, and more! TONS of ideas in this post!

cooked spaghetti sensory pool - see page for instrux, and also: (two large packs of cooked noodles (the Dollar Tree), then ran them under cold water, added a bit of vegetable oil to prevent sticking, then colored the noodles using food coloring)