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Bowling Make a backyard bowling alley. Add a few drops of food coloring to ten clear plastic bottles of water. Stand them up on flat
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Fun in the snow...add a few drops of food coloring to water bottles, poke a hole in the cap with a tack, and let the kids "color" in the
Magic Mud!...This stuff is amazing. Mix 2 cups of cornstarch and 1 cup water in a bowl. To color it, add a few drops of food coloring to
"Ocean Water"... 1 bottle Bicardi Limon, 2 Liter of 7up, and a few drops of blue food coloring!
1 tsp elmers glue, 3 drops food coloring, and 1.5 tsp of water. painted onto clear glass jars will turn them whatever color you'd like (:
DIY Bath Bombs: 8 oz. of baking soda 4 oz. of citric acid 4 oz. of corn starch 4 oz. of Epsom salts (make sure these are fine grained) ¾ tsp. of water 2 tsp. essential oil 2.5 tsp. almond oil (optional) A few drops of food coloring Round, plastic, snap together dome molds Whisk Bowl and cup for mixing Fluffy towel
We filled these cute water bottles with clear koolaid and hand dyed each one with food coloring to simulate the full spectrum of the
On a tray, place a pile of baking soda. Mix vinegar + a few drops of food coloring in a cup. Give the kids an eyedropper. Have them fill
On a tray, place a pile of baking soda. Mix vinegar + a few drops of food coloring in a cup. Give the kids an eyedropper. Have them fill it
Activities for the Boy
Veg oil, water, alka seltzer, food coloring, and a bottle. Fill a bottle 2/3 with veg oil and 1/3 with water (keeping in mind to leave 1" at the top). Add 10 drops food coloring. Add 1 alka seltzer (broken in a few pieces, adding one piece at a time - when first piece stops bubbling, add next) and watch the colors.
candy cane cookies. Very easy to make, use sugar cookie mix, cut the shape with a cookie cutter. The frosting is powdered sugar with enough water to smooth it out ( only about a teaspoon) and a few drops of food coloring, and voila, you have edible paint!! via BG&H
Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off and they look like giant marbles. Winter Bowling?
clear up skin and spots by adding a few drops of honey to half a lemon, and gently massaging face for a few minutes. Rinse off with cold water afterwards
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How to make RAINBOW PASTA: Add food coloring to individual pots of water. Cook Pasta as directed, drain, toss, eat!
On a tray, place a pile of baking soda. Mix vinegar + a few drops of food coloring in a cup. Give the kids an eyedropper. Have them fill it with vinegar, squeeze onto the baking soda and watch mini volcanoes erupt!
Activities for the Boy
Loved doing this! All you do is fill a cup half way with regular cold tap water.... Then adding shaving cream on the top.... And lastly drop in a few drops of food coloring and watch the storm happen!
science for kids
Pour the rice in a glass bowl, drop a few drops of food coloring right on the rice and mix until well blended. Once blended, pour into jars by color. Add a tealight. Done!
Pour the rice in a glass bowl, dropped a few drops of food coloring right on the rice and mixed until well blended. Once blended, I poured into my jars by color. Add a tealight. Done!
~ Fluffy Frosting - 1 egg white, 1 cup sugar, 1/2 tsp vanilla, 1/4 tsp cream of tartar, 1/2 cup boiling water, 1-2 drops food coloring (red or pink will make pink). Mix all except boiling water in large mixing bowl. Add boiling water all at once and beat 5 to 7 minutes on high until light fluffy and good spreading consistency. Don’t overbeat or the mixture will become grainy.
Sidewalk Chalk Spray -- Put in a tablespoon of flour, 10 drops of food coloring, and about a half cup of warm water in a spray bottle. Shake it up in the bottle and let your kid go nuts.
natural face paint: For a DIY recipe at home – try this: 1 tsp cornstarch ½ tsp water ½ tsp all natural diaper rash cream or a cold cream 1-2 drops natural/ organic food coloring In a small bowl, mix water and cornstarch. Add baby cream and food color and mix a bit more.
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CALM DOWN JAR MATERIALS Small jar- make sure it’s one that will hold liquid tightly 2 tubes of glitter glue Half a tube of glitter A few drops of food color Water
Homemade play dough - : 3cups four 1/3 cup salt 2tbsp oil (veg) 1cup water 7 drops food coloring. mix dry ingredients with oil. add food coloring to water and mix together. add water to flour/salt/oil mixture slowly~about 1/4 cup at a time and mix together with a spoon. once you've added all the water, knead the dough with your hands
Leftover snickers bars from Halloween make a delicious dessert. Simply chop them up with the food chopper. Peel, core and slice a few
Ocean in a Bottle: Add some sand to empty bottle and fill about halfway full with water. Add a couple drops of blue food coloring and shake. Fill the rest with vegetable oil, then add glitter, shells, sea creatures,... and glue the cap on. Turn the bottle on its side and gently rock to create a wave.
Leftover snickers bars from Halloween make a delicious dessert.... Simply chop them up with the food chopper. Peel, core and slice a few
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Sidewalk chalk paint is so much cooler than regular old sidewalk chalk! And it’s crazy easy to make! It’s simply 1 part cornstarch to 1 part water. I made two muffin tins of paint and used 1-1/2 cups cornstarch and 1-1/2 cups water. Once it was all mixed up, I divided it among the 12 muffin cups, and added two drops of food coloring to each muffin cup
Tot Treasures: GAK! All you need is 8 oz of glue, Borax, water, and food coloring. ( 1 tsp of borax to 1/2 c of warm water) mix up and SLOWLY add to glue
Corn starch is a magical thing. Here, I'll show you how to use it to make a rubbery flesh to add to your gross-out blood recipes. It is also a finicky medium, so follow the mixing instructions to get a good consistency. You Will Need: 2 TBS corn starch 4 tsp water 2 drops red food coloring 1/4 tsp cocoa mix
Creating your own rainstorm...this is so cool! All you need is a clear container, water, shaving cream, food coloring and droppers. Have kids make predictions by drawing what they see and think will happen.