The Best Kinetic Sand Recipe

Looking for ways to make kinetic sand at home? this is the best recipe out there! it took me over 5 hours to get it just right and it has been tested and made by many. Now, it is your turn! Follow along and get the best kinetic Sand Recipe I saw the kinetic sand …

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How to Color rice using Acrylic paint

Rice is a great sensory material for sensory bins and sensory play. With just a few materials and 20 minutes, you can go from plain rice to having colored rice using acrylic paint to playing! Playing with colored rice feels very different than playing with colored chickpeas or even beans, yet they absorb and reflect …

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Easy Chalk Paint Recipe Using Cornstarch

Looking for an easy chalk paint recipe to use on your sidewalk that is safe and easy to do? This fun and creative outdoor activity will keep your kids entertained for hours. Makin your chalk sidewalk paint is easy, inexpensive, and allows for endless artistic possibilities right on your driveway or sidewalk. Make this DIY …

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diy pot of gold slime Recipe

Are you looking for a DIY pot of gold slime recipe to make this spring without using glitter glue? Follow our easy recipe to make it! photo This post is all about a pot of gold slime recipe to make a Slime for St. Patrick’s Day. How do you make metallic slime? There are two …

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Make this Rainbow fluffy Slime for Spring

My favorite thing in in the slime world is now THIS! Specially this Rainbow fluffy Slime The pop of color, the possibilities of play and the stretchiness is just enough and safe enough for a toddlers. To makeRainbow fluffy Slime you are going to need the following ingredients per each color. We used this recipe …

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Valentine’s Day Slime

Slime, a gooey and stretchy substance, is a popular sensory play material that can be customized to fit various themes, including Valentine’s Day. I love to make slime and Valentine’s Day makes it a perfect occasion. Use our signature recipe to make yours! This recipe is awesome because is less stretchy and slimy than store-bought …

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fizzy cubes: baking soda ice cubes experiment

This science experiment is a lot of fun! You can do it with toddlers as young as one-year-old that no longer put things in his/her mouth. To do this science experiment you will need baking soda, water, and vinegar. The chemical reaction that these ingredients have when mixed together creates awesome mini-volcano eruptions. Freezing the …

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Clear Slime without borax Recipe

Making slime is one of my favorite recipes to make, but I’ll be honest, it wasn’t easy to master it! It always ended up sticky and I would ask myself “why would anyone do this!” But I finally nailed the ratio for the perfect slime and now you have to get it too! I’m bringing …

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Zebra Slime Recipe |a Zoo Theme Sensory Play

For a zoo sensory activity, we did this perfect slime recipe and you need to try it too! We first saw the idea on Pinterest and thought it was a perfect idea to make with the kids in class. See how I did the slime in under 7 minutes and a few video clips from …

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Halloween Volcanoes: Toddler Science Experiment

Celebrate the spooky season with this easy science Experiment. Halloween Volcanoes can be done all year long and you probably already have the ingredients at home! To check out how easy it is to make these check the video below. You need baking soda and vinegar. Food color is optional. The variation of this activity …

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