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blue tape watercolor letters, do this, and then put salt on the watercolors and then use a hairdryer on it (while still wet). Oh high school art.

26 Father’s Day Finger-Painted Picture from Toddlers

30 Cool DIY Gift Ideas For Dad From Kids

Love this gift idea! Let child fingerpaint a mat, then frame pic… great Christmas gifts for the grandparents = ) Love this gift idea! Let child fingerpaint a mat, then…

"You are creative because you are an expression of Divine Mind. There is no such thing as a person who is not creative. People who believe this are those who think that creativity must manifest itself in a certain way. The thing you must realize is that it does not matter whether this creativity is engaged in solving a math problem, creating a revolutionary microchip, putting together inspiring words or phrases, or combining lovely melodies and chord progressions to compose great music. It…

20 indoor activities for kids - besides TV. good for coming winter months! From Simple Mom Or for the so hot we cant go outside summers in TX

Awesome site...lets you upload any pic and convert to a coloring page. Make coloring books for kids. Hilarious! Going to have my kids color themselves (bust that out at a restaurant to capture their attention)!

lets you upload any pic and convert to a coloring page. Make coloring books for kids. Copy and paste into word and make a family coloring book!

Freeze small toys in a block of ice...let kids try and get everything out (salt, hammers, water)... great summer fun

Frozen fun - block of ice filled with 'stuff' for the kids to excavate. Cool summer fun Instead of piñata. Tried, The toys break though. Ice flies everywhere.

"Gak" recipe that doesn't use Borax. I used to have this recipe, glad to find it again!

"Gak" recipe that doesn't use Borax. I used to have this recipe, glad to find it again! 1 cup Elmer's glue food coloring 1 cup liquid starch -add starch a little at a time, stirring with a spoon or kneeding with fingers as it thickens

Blow Painting  Colorful monsters created from paint splotches. No two are ever the same!

Blow paint monsters: Thin some tempera paint with water. Drop small amounts on paper, then use a straw to blow the paint across the page, making "monster" shapes. Add mouths and wiggly eyes.

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