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Color Changing Milk- so easy & safe to do, all you need is a plate, milk, food coloring, dish soap & Q-tips

Color Changing Milk- so easy & safe to do, all you need is a plate, milk, food coloring, dish soap & Q-tips

25 Teenage Girl Room Decor Ideas - A Little Craft In Your DayA Little Craft In Your Day

25 Teenage Girl Room Decor Ideas

25 Teenage Girl Room Decor Ideas - A Little Craft In Your DayA Little Craft In Your Day

I like how these masks keep the kids' faces visible... less scary for some kids, and better photo opportunities for parents.  :o)

How-Tuesday: Printable Animal Masks

I like how these masks keep the kids' faces visible... less scary for some kids, and better photo opportunities for parents. :o)

Kids in the Kitchen: Glow in the Dark Food, Magic Colors, and Giant Bubbles! | Our Best Bites

Glow in the Dark Food

Kids in the Kitchen: Glow in the Dark Food, Magic Colors, and Giant Bubbles! | Our Best Bites

bright colors are the secret to good fashion!

5 Tips to Help You Develop Your Own Personal Style

Colored Ice Glass. Fill balloons with water, food coloring, freeze. Break balloon, take outside in the snow and enjoy!

Colored Ice Glass. Fill balloons with water, food coloring, freeze. Break balloon, take outside in the snow and enjoy!

Fairies in a jar  Parent should make it  give child chance to shake  observe.1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter 2.Seal the top with a lid.3.Shake. (glow sticks at Dollar store. I used a mason jar that I had.  Be sure to read warning on back of glowstick pkg. I used nontoxic but WILL stain clothes.  I used glowstick necklaces as I thought that would be easier to cut than a thick glow stick. idea was found on Squish Preschool Ideas on Facebook the

Fairies in a jar Parent should make it give child chance to shake observe.1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter 2.Seal the top with a lid.3.Shake. (glow sticks at Dollar store. I used a mason jar that I had. Be sure to read warning on back of glowstick pkg. I used nontoxic but WILL stain clothes. I used glowstick necklaces as I thought that would be easier to cut than a thick glow stick. idea was found on Squish Preschool Ideas on Facebook the

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