Sandy Clay Recipe
Build your own indoor sand castles with this sandy clay recipe. The clay is great for a day of fun!
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.
How to Make Homemade Rubber Stamp Ink Recipe
Do your stamping pads dry up quick? Children forget to cover them? Maybe, you would like some additional colors but just don’t have the extra funds. Did you know it is easy to make your own stamp inks and pads and it is quick and affordable?
This glitter gel is simple to make and dries clear. You will only see the sparkles left behind by the glitter. You can brush the glitter gel over any creation that you have drawn or painted to spread glitter in an even look.
You more than likely have all the ingredients in your cupboard to make this simple salt dough recipe.
How to Make Fossil Dough
How to make fossil dough – The coffee ground dough is made using simple ingredients, including cold coffee and coffee grounds and all ingredients are easily found in your home. The dough will last for at least a month if stored in an airtight container.
Make these wonderfully scented watercolors for the children to paint with. Once the paint has dried, the children can scratch and sniff their pictures for the day. The scent doesn’t last all that long, only for the day but they love the scent while painting and like to scratch and sniff right after the picture is dry.
This dough has the feel of a playdoh but the moisture of a putty.
I am not a huge fan of face paints for one simple reason, many of the ingredients are banned in other countries, yet, here in the US they are allowed. I am not going to go into great detail on my reasoning other than that. If you don’t believe feel free to look into coloring and additives that are banned in other countries and why.
The face paints below are all natural and best of all, you more than likely have all the ingredients in your home right now.
Here is a simple solution to purchasing store bought glitter. Make your own! Using a few simple ingredients from your home you can create a safe, alternative for glitter use in your classrooms.