Chalk Ice Pops
A “cool” way to beat the heat, make chalk ice pops for the kiddos.
Busy Bees Flower Friends Downloadable Book
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.
Potato Printing – Stamps
Make potato stamps for any art project or theme. It is rather simple to do and children can pass hours of time stamping out pictures.
Download and print out the 3 patterns below to make a color file folder game.
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!
Print out the colored snowman cards and matching buttons. Laminate all the pieces and cut them out. Have the children match the correct colored buttons to the matching colored snowman.
Splatter painting is one of my children’s favorite art activities. The method is simple, much like marble painting: there isn’t a wrong way to do it.
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.
Cool off this summer by creating this popsicle file folder matching game.
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.
Divide the children up into small groups. Give each child in the group a copy of the horse pattern, crayons and one die for the group. Have the children take turns rolling a die. The number the child rolls in the amount of spaces on their horse they color. First person to color in their numbered pieces wins.