Some families like to keep their Elf on the Shelf simple, just moving him or her around the house each day as a fun way to get the kids excited for Christmas. Others go all out, coming up with creative and often hilarious scenarios for their elf to get into. If you’re looking for some[Read more]
I set out to find an activity that looked fun and exciting to help keep my son busy and found this simple squirt gun tie-dye activity that works really well for a fun and creative design. While I did this activity with my preschooler, it would work for any kids and even adults at a[Read more]
Elephant Toothpaste is a fun experiment that kids can do to learn about the different properties of acids and bases. It’s also a great way to explore how soap works! My family always likes to get creative and we are not afraid to have a few Pinterest Mom Fails along the way so I wanted[Read more]
Sidewalk chalk is a childhood favorite in the summertime. Kids love to create giant art on the sidewalks and driveway just for the hose or rain to wash it away so they can do it all over again. When you make puffy paint out of the sidewalk chalk, the kids fall in love with his[Read more]
Bubble painting is a fun activity many kids love but it turns out that it can be a bit tricky to make work. I didn’t expect it to be so hard to get the bubble solution to make bubbles after adding paint. Which was a bit of a disappointment. With a little playing, I did[Read more]
A simple DIY Kinetic Sand recipe that is quick, easy and inexpensive! This homemade kinetic sand takes only 5 ingredients to create. Your kids will love playing with this sensory activity for hours!