Magic Milk is a true science-meets-art project that can be done with simple kitchen ingredients!
If your child is used to painting, and then you mention that you’re going to put their artwork in the microwave – their expression is a rather priceless mixture of wonder and disbelief. So here is how we painted with microwave puffy paint.
Here’s a fun art activity for toddlers to try: crayon rubbings!
We had a great time painting with bubble wrap, so don’t throw this packing material away!
This is my favourite play dough recipe and it’s really easy.
This travel crayon box is perfect for those moments when your kids need to fill in some time without making a mess. They will love the compact cute-ness of it too!
Here are two discovery bottles that my son loves: a shaky bottle and a glittery bottle!
Here is a tear free bubble recipe that is really easy to make. It is also nice to be assured that the bubbles won’t sting your child’s eyes.
This easy craft uses contact paper (also known as sticky paper or sticky-backed plastic) to make tissue paper collages.
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