Thanksgiving BINGO

Kids love BINGO, expecially if the markers are edible.  I always play coverall with the preschool kids. This particular set of BINGO cards didn’t have many options so everyone won at the same time 😉


I found these bingo cards free at


Monster Slime

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
Food coloring


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.

DYI Sensory Table Snow

Because we don’t have enough already 😉 We thought we would give making our own a try.


Here is what you need:
4 disposal diapers
4 cups of water
Glitter (optional)

This was so easy cut open the clean diapers and pull out the lining.Then add water and glitter. Snow that won’t melt.

Update we had try try a few more ideas

Blue ice

And we wanted to see how much water this would hold
Apparently a lot! We filled this bowl to the top and it was still a gel consistency.

Eat Your Veggies, Taco Soup

Have a hard time getting kids to eat veggies.  My daycare kids eat this a couple times a month, and love it.


Here is what we used:
All the veggies I had on hand blended together.
2 green peppers
5 baby carrots
2 tomatoes
1 onion
1 cup water

Then add
Ground hamburger (cook ahead of time)
Black beans
Tomato sauce
Taco seasoning

Cook tell hot. I let cook on high for a few hours.
more easy daycare lunches here

Colored Popcorn Seeds

This is fun! What should we craft with these?


Here is what you need:

Popcorn Seeds
Food coloring
Rubbing alcohol
Ziplock baggies

Put popcorn seeds in a bag and added a few drops of food coloring to the bag. Then add about a tablespoon of the rubbing alcohol and the popcorn. Seal the bag and mix up tell all seed are covered and you have the color you want. I used cookie sheets with wax paper. Then put the popcorn on top to dry. We let the seeds dry outside for a few hours. This is a perfect craft because you can make a million more crafts with it 🙂

Someone suggested I pop it.

Little disappointed thought it would be colored. Still cute.

Sidewalk Paint

We are trying to enjoy the weather before it turns cold. Thought we would let them go out and paint today for craft time.


Here is what you need:

1 cup water
1 cup cornstarch
Food coloring

This is really simple to throw together.
I mixed the water and cornstarch then poured into a muffin tin. Then we added the food coloring to make fun colors. Craft time outside is the best. No mess to clean up after.

Tooth Fairy Money

Last night as my 5 year old laid in bed he pulled his first tooth out. We were excited and wanted to do something fun for him. I read once about leaving gold coins (dollar coins) but of course I don’t have any on hand.  What I did have, glitter!


So I sprayed the dollar with hair spray, sprinkled gittler, and sprayed it again! Ta-da! We had a fairy dusted dollar.