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Making Candles
Making candles is a fun way to spend some time with the kids. Alls you need is wax (any arts and crafts store) ac moore or michaels, crayons, jars(empty pickle jars works best i think) , or quacker oats oatmeal can if u wanna make a free standing ca...
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Obstacle Course
Lay a bunch of socks on the ground. Tell the kids to make it through the socks without touching any of them. Then, the must hop to a ball which will be placed a couple feet away from the end of the socks. They must then toss the ball into a basket, h...
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Kool-Aid Play Dough
Kool-Aid Play Dough (no cooking required) 3 c. flour 1/2 c. salt 1 pkg. unsweetened Kool-aid 1 T. alum 2 c. boiling water Mix together first three ingredients then add boiling water. Knead dough with up to an additional 1 c. of flour unt...
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Edible Peanut Butter Play Dough
Edible Peanut Butter Play Dough This recipe is especially good for toddlers because they can play with the dough and then eat it. (Be sure to wash hands and work area!) It's also one of my favorite candies, when made with peanut butter and powder...
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Sidewalk Chalk
Sidewalk Chalk 1 c. plaster of paris 1/2 c. water 2-3 T. tempera paint Mix plaster of paris and tempera paint, then add water and mix well. Pour into molds and let dry for 24 hours. Remove from mold and let air dry for 2-7 days depending on ...
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Playing tent
we create a tent using things around the house and we create different ways to play in the tent wether it is using the flash light, or even playing with toys, just use your imagination...
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Playing Hide And Seek
We play hide n seek in the apartment. He loves it. We sometimes also involve stuff animals to go along with the game. ...
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Coloring Easter Eggs with Markers
Instead of trying to mess with egg dyes, or paint to get colorful eggs, try washable markers. This is great for toddlers, and preschoolers, whose motor skills are still a little undeveloped. Plus, it is easy to cleanup off of the children and t...
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Painting Egg Shells
You will need: An egg (uncooked) A pin, nail, thumb tack or similar Paints and paintbrush. What to do: Use the pin (or similar) to prick a hole in each end of the egg. Blow gently into one end of the egg so that the yolk and white c...
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Make your own finger paint
Why buy it when it is so fun to make? You will need: 1/2 cup boiling water 2 tbsp. cornstarch 6 tbsp. cold water Food coloring Instructions: 1) Dissolve cornstarch in cold water in a cup. 2) Add mixture to boiling water. 3) Stir ...
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