Defrosting Animals: freeze animals in containers and give kids tools to get them out. ----TOOLS? What kind of tools?
Wild and crazy
So Smart to save extra cookie dough! Only cook what you need that day, then shape them into balls and freeze the balls! Take them out to
wishes and dreams
freeze little toys in layers of ice and then have this kids chip them out on a hot summer day! simple and can take hours for them!
Hot Pockets...freeze them ahead of time and pull them out as needed.
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This is my kind of terrarium! Get kids interested in terrariums by adding something fun as a prop. Check out our class this spring:
Silly Jack o' Lanterns. Don't tell kids what you are making at first, just have them cut out shapes as you go until you get to orange. They look super silly with huge grins or mouths, and out of proportion features that way!
Things to Create
Homemade baby food--freeze in ice cube trays, pop about 6 of same kind in a freezer bag and label with date & contents. Take out what you need and thaw.
Packaging & Wrapping
If you know a car lover with a birthday coming up, some kind of motoring accessory makes the obvious gift idea. With so many things available, though, it can be hard to know quite what to give them.
If you have kids, or even if you have ever been around kids, you know that they just love bubbles. While there are a lot of bubble recipes out there, not all of them will give you bubbles that your kids can actually play with. Most will pop just as soon as you blow them.
Kids remote control. Program in 7 channels and then give them control! Nice!
Measuring with weight.... have the children guess which container is heaviest by handling the containers, shaking them and discussing what
Freeze "treasures" in water and let the kids use different tools to excavate...warm water, toothbrush etc.