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Chromatography Butterflies

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Draw design with glue, cover with salt. When dry, paint with watercolors. #artprojects

Draw design with glue, cover with salt. When dry, paint with watercolors. #artprojects

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How to Make Sunprints

Pin for Later: Summer Makes an Imprint All Year Long With These Nature Sunprints Materials Light-sensitive paper Tray Pane of glass or a clear acrylic sheet Paper towels or a clothesline, for drying Source: Jennifer Causey

{Spray Paint & Sticker Resist Project} Stars & Spripes! #4thofJuly #CampSunnyPatch

Stars & Stripes Sticker Resist Painting

I love interesting activities that you can do with things you already have around the house. I have a lot of old ingredients in the kitchen from one-time attempts at cooking (I hear the sighs of relief from those who do not wish to see a second attempt)...so I was thrilled to find something to do with the extra cornstarch that has been sitting in my cupboard for years: making oobleck!

These pretty rainbow rocks are perfect for brightening up your desk! With just some nail polish and water, you can transform an ordinary rock into your own marbled paperweight.

101 Free (or Low Cost) Things to Do with Kids this Summer

101 Free (or Low Cost) Things to Do with Kids this Summer

When I handed Clara her yo-yo, her entire face lit up, and she let out a big “Woooooooow! The girls had lots of fun bouncing their sponge bomb yo-yos up and down… and spinning to swing them around!

Did you know that all butterflies are perfectly symmetrical?  Unlike humans, the two halves of a butterfly including their wing patterns are exactly the same.  I thought a fun way to introduce the concept of symmetry to my kids was by creating these super cool Balancing Butterflies.  These butterflies rely on symmetry (in the shape and placement of the weights, not in the wing pattern), to balance.  It does seem almost like a magic trick when you make it work!

Did you know that all butterflies are perfectly symmetrical? Unlike humans, the two halves of a butterfly including their wing patterns are exactly the same. I thought a fun way to introduce the concept of symmetry to my kids was by creating these super cool Balancing Butterflies. These butterflies rely on symmetry (in the shape and placement of the weights, not in the wing pattern), to balance. It does seem almost like a magic trick when you make it work!

lightly enchanted: Goldfish kites for Chinese new year

This is our third craft so far for Chinese new year which is on February the children have been having so much fun preparing for all th.

Kids DIY Easy Wind Chimes ~ Great Mothers Day Craft

Kids DIY Easy Wind Chime ~ Perfect gift to make for Mother's Day! ~ Lovin' Our Chaos

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