Painting Popcorn – Kids will love painting their popcorn before they eat it. The paint is simple to make and edible.
Homemade Finger Paint – This homemade finger paint uses just a few common household items and is super fun for kids. Great art activity!
Fruit Loop Towers – These fruit loop towers are a simple way to practice fine motor skills with little ones.
Colorful Dancing Milk – This Colorful Dancing Milk experiment is truly magical. Kids discover what happens when they add food coloring and soap to milk. The results will amaze them!
Bubble Wrap Prints – Don’t throw out that bubble wrap! Save it to make bubble wrap art prints with the kids.
Watercolor Art You Can’t Resist– Such a fun way to paint with little ones!
Homemade Harmonica – This simple craft that will delight your kids!
Paper Pattern Snakes – A fun way for kids to learn about patterns and make a cool snake toy at the same time!
Painting with Shaving Cream – You won’t believe how easy this stuff is to make. Such a fun way to paint!
Fun with Pipe Cleaners – Kids will have a ball while pushing and pulling pipe cleaners.
Counting Game with Buttons and Muffin Cups – This is an easy way to help preschoolers with their counting skills.
Dripping Salt Painting – Dripping Salt Painting is an easy art activity to do with kids. You already have all the items you need at home.
Open Ended Play Dough Games – Use some common household objects to take your play dough to the next level.
Birthday Party Play Dough – Kids will have fun pretending to celebrate a birthday with these play dough props.
Exploding Milk Experiment – Find out how to make Exploding Milk in vibrant colors. My kids were amazed!
Glitter Oobleck Recipe – A few simple ingredients are needed to make this fun slime that kids love to play with. A great sensory experience for little ones!
Square Collage – Children create a collage using paper squares and glue.
Erupting Play Dough – A baking soda based play dough that erupts when kids add vinegar. What a fun way to teach science!
Rising Raisins – Kids will love watching the raisins rise and sink and discovering the science behind the process.
Calming Bottles – These sensory bottles are great for little ones to explore and for preschoolers to use during a cooling off period.
No Cook Lotion Dough – This dough only uses 4 ingredients and is simple to make. No cooking over a stove or messing up pots. The lotion makes it super soft!
Baking Soda Experiments – Kids create their own mini colorful eruptions with the Baking Soda Experiments. This kept my kids entertained for over an hour!
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