Chalk Ice Pops
A “cool” way to beat the heat, make chalk ice pops for the kiddos.
Paper Mache Paste
Common kitchen ingredients made up this paper mache paste recipe. Flour, salt and water. Easy, simple and cheap crafting glue to make for your craft projects.
Decorating Easter eggs can be a fun and frugal way to spend an afternoon with your children.
A quick search through your kitchen and I’m pretty sure you have everything you need to dye your own batch of eggs right now.
Edible Play Clay Recipe
A sweet, edible play clay recipe that will get children’s creative juices flowing. 100% edible ingredients. No flour or peanut butter.
Hatching Dinosaurs Eggs Recipe – Preschool Fun
As a child did you ever have an excitement with dinosaurs? I did. I loved the mystery behind exploring and maybe finding something new and exciting hiding in the dirt. Hatching dinosaurs eggs recipe – preschool fun.
Window Paint Recipe
Paint a holiday scene on your windows, school name or Birthday greetings. Use the window recipe below. The paint is easily removed. Give each child a window to decorate.
Liquid Sidewalk Chalk Recipe
Making this liquid sidewalk chalk recipe is extremely easy, if you have cornstarch and food coloring in your home. What are you waiting for? Try it now!
Moon Sand How To Make Recipe
Make this moldable moon sand for the sensory table. I promise your children will thank you. How to make moon sand recipe, video, and written directions.
Jean over at The Artful Parent has a new twist on salt dough ornaments. The lacey dough ornaments are made by punching holes through the ornaments by using straws.
The smell of this homemade, no-cook Kool-Aid scented play dough is heavenly. Use any flavor packet of Kool-Aid to create a variety of colors and scents.
Stamping Blocks Make Your Own
Stamping blocks make your own six-sided stamping block by cutting out and hot gluing craft foam shapes to the sides of a wooden block. Art blocks for any theme. Kids enjoy stamping.
Sandy Clay Recipe
Build your own indoor sand castles with this sandy clay recipe. The clay is great for a day of fun!
I made green rice for St Patrick’s Day & to symbolize spring for the sensory table. Watch the video how to color rice for the sensory table.
This is a fun activity for children to end the winter on a high note. Try filling spray bottles with powdered Kool Aide in an assortment of colors.
A lion snow sculpture for March, and Yes, we still have snow in March.