Use what you have. This bowl of ice will keep little hands busy.
A handful of small toys
Food coloring (optional)
Then stick in your freezer overnight
We also grabbed our play tools to get the toys out.
A simple little gift to make with your kiddos!
Here is what you need:
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I seem to be in a spider theme kinda mood. Here is another favorite. All you need is paint and paper. Parents (myself included) love hand prints. Well the ones on paper anyways 😉
Paint (any paint will do. Most of time for handprints we use water colors for simpler clean up)
Glitter and glue (optional)
I froze this zombie hand three times before the fingers didn’t break off. The daycare loved makeing this with me and drinking it of course.
A rubber glove
Red food coloring
Eyeballs and Bugs (from dollar store)
I clean out the rubber glove a few time with water. Then I filled it up and froze it. Once it is frozen, very carefully dip it in water and cut off the glove.
For the juice I just used 100% apple juice and added red food coloring.
I have never seen a cute craft I didn’t want to try. These are the perfect amount of silly for my daycare crew. Monster eyeballs are on the menu!
Here is what you need:
Oreos (we used mint)
These are quick if you have these ingredients on had. No bake treats are fun and lots of fun for the kids to help with.
This was an idea I found on google images and here is the original http://www.100directions.com/oreo-cookie-eyeballs-halloween-treat-diy/
Craft time is here and I wanted to keep them busy for a long time.
Here is what we used:
1 cup elmer’s school glue
1 teaspoon borax
3/4 cup cold water
1/2 cup warm water
In one bowl mix glue, cold water, and food coloring.
In another bowl mix warm water and borax
Then mix together slowly
There was a bunch of left over water once we mixed, just pour it out.
These little salt dough pumpkins are super simple. If your kids can roll a ball they can help with their own pumpkin.
1 cup flour
1/2 cup salt
1/2 cup water
Food coloring (you can use paint after if you perfer)
stick for the stem
Mix salt, flour, and water. I used a mixer to get my color to mix evenly.
The kids each rolled a ball
I helped them put the lines in with a wooden Skewer.
We topped it off with a small stick for the pumpkin stem.
We baked for 3 hrs at 250.
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