Make some sidewalk paint using simple ingredients such as cornstarch, water, and food coloring. It’s easy to make and provides […]
Toddlers love to finger paint and with our edible homemade paints, you won’t have to worry about them sticking their […]
This special Valentine’s Day breakfast offers a new spin on the familiar conversation heart candies. Just paint on bread with […]
This is a totally creative and fun project made from a plastic bottle and a plastic grocery bag! Video below.
Create stunning unicorn sugar cookies, iced in white royal icing, and then painted with watercolor style shading and details. They’re […]
Make colorful ice bowls to play with this winter. It’s a simple and fun outdoor winter activity.
These creepy hands are a great project for kids and perfect for a Halloween party. So easy to make and fun […]
You’ll need to plan ahead for this one because of drying time, but the process is so fun it’s worth […]
Decorate easter eggs using crayons and food coloring. This technique is easy and kid friendly
Easy DIY sidewalk chalk in fun popsicle shapes. The sticks are easy for little hands to hold and so much […]
Fill a sensory bin with loads of beautiful, colorful soap foam! A great activity that is fun for all ages.
Make these adorable gold topped rainbow salt art jars for St. Patrick’s Day. A fun decoration the kids will love […]
Make your own homemade window clings with just some paint, a pattern if you’d like, and a zipper bag and […]
Learn how to easily dye some carnations with rainbow colors using food coloring.
The kids will have fun making these Coffee Filter Hearts for Valentines Day, and they look great hanging in your […]
This fun activity will keep the kids busy creating for hours! Just be sure to plan enough time to make […]
These Halloween Window Clings are a fun cheap way to decorate for the holidays! All you need is food coloring […]
Having trouble getting the kids to bed? These Sleepy Time Bath Bombs will help!
Wow the kids with this fun Elephant Toothpaste Experiment. Don’t eat it though, it’s not really toothpaste for elephants! 🙂
Pretty butterflies made from paper doilies and food coloring! A fun springtime project kids will love. Very pretty hanging from […]
The kids will have fun making these colorful flowers made from coffee filters and Mom will love to get them […]
It’s not just slime kids, it’s science! Try this fun experiment at home to bring out the smiles and giggles, […]
You don’t have to wait till the 4th of July for some fireworks you can have some right now at […]
Dye macaroni noodles the color of the rainbow to make Rainbow Raindrops. Simple and fun craft for the kiddos before […]
Ready to wow the kids with science? Fill an empty glass with water using a paper towel! They’ll be amazed […]
Watch as the soap gets rid of the fat in the milk all while the colors explode around the plate! […]
I’d like to share how to make fragrant bubbling balls (bath geysers) for your kids, it’s ecofriendly, safe and funny. […]
These flowers change from white to whatever color you choose! This is a really fun science experiment for the kids […]
Ooey gooey and slimy fun, that’s what this concoction is made of! Make some oh so icky ever so fun […]
Make your sensory play even more fun by playing a hide and seek Halloween game. candy corns are synonymous with […]
Slimy, gooey and so much fun! This homemade magical monster slime is easy to make and will provide hours of […]
Try out this cool Homemade Puffy Paint, it’s easy to make and made with ingredients you probably already have in […]
Whether it’s their big brother’s football game or watching the game with dad on television, kids will love shaking their […]
This candy corn door decoration is a great project for kids and parents to do together this Halloween season! Made […]
Get all the fun and joy from sand art -without the mess – by using rice. Kids of all ages […]
Make sea glass paint by combining glue and food coloring. Easy to do…simply paint glass to give a really great […]
Grab the kids attention with this sparkling, popping science experiment! Make science loads of fun!
A fun science experiment that uses every day household items. Easy for kids to participate in, providing there is adult […]
This rainbow xylophone is a cheap and easy craft for a day of play! Your little ones will love making […]
In need of an easy activity to keep the kids busy during spring break or summer vacation? Teach the how […]
We’ve come up with a fun way to get the kids into the kitchen – make Easter baskets with one […]
Fizzy, bubbling, popping fun! The magic of mixing vinegar and baking soda will keep the kids in awe. Get the […]
Kiddos will have so much fun dipping paper towels into colored water to create the spotted wings on paper towel […]
We’ve colored pasta to create this bright and cheery rainbow for St. Patrick’s Day. Preschoolers will have a lot of […]
Don’t throw away those Easter egg shells – use them to make pretty collages. A fun way to teach children […]
A fun classroom treat to make and eat while listening to some Dr. Seuss books! Look how easy it is […]
We’ve colored pasta and turned them into brightly colored “beads”. A fun and simple way for youngsters to strengthen their […]
White flowers magically change colors when they drink up colored water!
What could be more fun than to make Flubber? Playing with it!
Children will dye coffee filters to make some colorful art pieces.
A perfect treat to share for Halloween–Frankenstein Rice Krispies Treat!
Kid’s will go crazy for these fun activities for Glow-in-the-dark food, magic colors and how to make giant bubbles in […]
Color some pumpkin seeds and make beautiful autumn inspired pieces of art!
This fun project will wow your little audience. Give each child their own dish to make their own design!
Rice Krispie treats made to look like candy corn! A fun Halloween treat.
Water bottles, vegetable oil, water, food coloring and alka seltzer turn into fun and colorful lava lamps.
These recycled plastic water bottles have been turned into colorful bowling pins! A great game for your kids, and super […]
Create beautiful ice sculptures with just a few simple supplies!