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DIY Fluffy Slime Recipe

It has been rainy and gloomy all day! My daughter has been obsessed with wanting to make different slime recipes lately. We just haven’t really made the time. Today was the perfect day though to try a recipe as it kept her busy for a while after we made it! She is so proud of herself as well! This recipe is really easy and it’s not sticky at all.

 

What You Need

1 4 0z bottle of Elmers White School Glue

1/8 cup water

Acrylic Paint

1/2 cup shaving cream

Squirt Gun Painting – A Fun Twist For Summer

The last couple weeks we have been cooped up in the house with being sick and it also has rained so many of them days as well. We finally had a break from the rain yesterday. It was beautiful outside too. It was a little windy but I think the wind was perfect as it dried our paintings pretty fast! We decided to try squirt gun painting. It is definitely a fun twist on painting outside in the summer. It turns out abstract!

Squirt Gun Painting

What  You Need: 

  • squirt guns
  • water

Ooey Gooey Slime Fun

My daughter has been wanting to make this ooey gooey slime…… and ooey gooey is what it is alright…. I caution you as you make this that this is very messy!! Today was the first day all week I have finally felt up to doing things. I got out all the supplies and surprised her. Can’t say she was really excited about the feel at first and seemed a little discouraged that it wasn’t working….it just took a little time.

What You Need:

One CLEAR 5 oz bottle of Elmers Glue – NOTE It must be the clear glue or it will NOT work.

Thin Stix 6pk of Classic Colors – Review – An Amazing Mess Free Product

 

Do your kids like to be crafty? What would you say if you could use paints with out making a mess? My daughter has really been enjoying Thin Stix 6pk of Classic Colors by The Pencil Grip, Inc. I am loving it as there are no huge messing to clean up! This product is great for all ages!

Let me tell you about these amazing Thin Stix. Thin Stix are solid tempera paint sticks. You just take the cap off, twist the paint up to desired working position and you paint.  You can color, paint, and draw with these. The Thin Stix are non toxic.

DIY Water Clock

DIY Water Clock

We have been working on a unit study with Robots. One of the things that I thought was pretty neat was we made a water clock. Making your own Water Clock is easy and the nice thing is you can incorporate doing things to see how long it takes you.

The Ancient Egyptians made water clocks that were bowls filled with water and it had small holes that the water would leak out. This was used to tell time. There were lines in the bowl that they were able to see where the water level was to be able to tell the time.

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