9.08.2011

75 Kid {approved} Activities

It's not hard to sit down with your kids and make a list of things to do before the summer ends. (granted, some of these are still INDOOR activities).
And THANK HEAVEN'S for Pinterest, so that my searching for activities was made easy! 

UPDATE: Our favorite activities we've done multiple times. And we're still making summer lists EVERY SUMMER. But here's some ideas to get you started.

(I made the pics mini, because there's SEVENTY FIVE + of them, but if you click on them, it should show up full size!)

1: Glow sticks in the bathtub. (I had to cover the window with a blanket some days because they wanted to do it when it was still light out!).
2: Writing your ABC's with licorice strings! Learning and eating a treat could NEVER go wrong! (A fav)3: Photo shoot. Any mom can have a photo shoot with their children, and you can find tips and tricks on Pinterest on HOW to photograph your children.4: Cloud watching. I had to make two. And it teaches your kids the correct name of the cloud.5: Fossil Digger. They have dino bones at the Dollar Tree. Burry them, and get your paint brushes ready to dust away dirt.6: Sponge Finger painting. Cut and soak up ANY sponge. I used makeup sponges I already had.7: Mini rainbow volcanoes. Because science is AWESOME!8: Make a book + illustrations. I folded it and got it ready. They started writing/drawing.
9:Balloon tennis. We got free paint stick stirrers at Walmart and used our 'personality balloons' found below.

10: Ding Dong Ditch w/a gift. Any neighbor you choose or think needs a pick me up!
11: Teach diversity with eggs. We're all the same on the inside remember?
12: Teach about the moon phases with Oreos. Then get you each a mug-a-milk ;)
13: Hand shadows and other objects. This also helps my kids be less scared of the shadows in their room at night.14: Plastic sheet cover your homework sheets=dry erase. I use to scan them and print for my children, (which I don't think was stealing since I bought the book and let my children keep practicing the same page. It was for personal use only, I didn't sell them or give to other children. Just to clear things up for those concerned in the comments below.
But I've found that making it dry erase is a better way to practicing the same page over and save paper and ink!
15: Puppet show. UPDATE: I have now made my own PVC PIPE PUPPET THEATER.16: Shave with daddy. With popsicle sticks of course. (my kids used my pink leg shaving cream:)

17: Play angry birds on the nook. (This was a mandatory pick, obviously by my kids)18: Pick any animal day. Pick ANY animal and teach them everything you can find about it. We've done Cheetah and ostrich and even crickets. 19: Play hotel. You can play ANY 'pretend' game, but my kids love to put mints or chocolates on their pillows with flowers, and vacuum the room. (I'm soaking up every moment while they're young enough to think that cleaning is fun).
20: (wow this picture is small). Make Japanese chain cut outs. The kids will be amazed that they're all connected. (I tried to make the people holding hands, and FAILED. The hearts were easier).21: Create a silly holiday. I got this particular idea from my S.I.L. We made August 20th our annual donut day. You can customize it yourself to anything! Dutch Oven Day, Smore's etc!
22: Floating raisins. We've all done this, but I have to be honest the kids weren't THAT into it.
23: Blow up a balloon with vinegar and Baking Soda! YES, the kids LOVED this one.
24: Grab your nets and go Creature Catching! We caught a frog, a praying mantis and a dragon fly all in one day.
25: Helping cook. Doing grown up things is funner than kid things right? Of course be cautious in age and working around hot stoves and knives.
26: Make pony bead necklaces! My son loved this just as much as my daughter. (or pasta necklaces, tho ours always break.) And twice we've made fruit loop necklaces to bring and eat during church.27: Water paints are cheap and fun (for adults too).28: Lava floor. Dont touch the floor to survive.
29: Dry erase marker mirror faces! She's doing kissy lips...30: Melted crayon hot rocks. My sister showed me this technique. You bake rocks and then start drawing! Be careful to not touch the rocks though.
31: Teach and learn smallest to biggest. Have them organize objects like toys, blocks and talk about sizes. Most kids dont even learn this before school.32: Go camping :)33: Messless Makeup. I took empty makeup containers and pored in fingernail polish. My daughter still thinks it's real, and I dont have to clean up any messes.34: Balloon Characters. Draw a face and then name them. (WARNING: your kids will be crushed if these ones pop, tears MAY BE SHED).35: INDOOR Picnic. Make sure to use a NON favorite blanket ;)36: Play School. Learn while playing? okay.37: Make a band. My kids LOVE to make noise. Not recommended while husband is sleeping from working a night shift ;)38: Write and make letters to family members. use LOTS of stickers. 39: Teach you kids about the world.40: Teach your kids about outer space.
41: Exercise. You can be their instructor and try giving COSMIC KIDS YOGA a chance! They'll love going on a Yoga Adventure!
42: Make an obstacle coarse with crape paper streamers. I used our hallway. They crawl and step over all of it while trying not to touch the streamers.43: Act out a story. You dont need great costumes for this. Our bedtime stories come to life with T-shirts and sweaters. (wolf and lil Red below).
44: Make Dino fossils out of play dough and toy dinosaurs. Imprint and then let it dry.
45: Go to a fish hatchery and feed the fish bread :)46: Fly a kite. We did this a 100 times this summer. We went through quite a few plastic kites. Next year I'll be making fabric kites (with the left over kite sticks from the broken ones).
47: Make a Japanese Hanging Fish :) A big catch.48: Have a Tea Party. Mini foods and mini cups are a hit with BOYS AND GIRLS.49: Play dress up. See what your kids come up with. WINK~
50: Go geocaching. My kids love 'treasure hunting' and BEG to do this EVERY single day. One of our favorite family activities.
51: Blow Wish Flowers. (AKA: dead dandelions). Or go Dandelion picking with baskets.52: Make popsicle stick puzzles. Storing a puzzle in a rubber band is brilliant enough I think. (using a photo is fun too)53: Make GIANT bubbles. Poke a hole in the bottom of a paper cup, or cut off the bottom of a water bottle. Dip. Blow. 54: Go swimming. My kids both did GREAT this year. We over came some MAJOR water fears.55: Color-Trace Leaves. If you haven't done this before...get to work.
56: Hand Print Art. Elephants, flowers, lions, reindeer, turkeys etc... it's endless.
57: Ice cube paint. Freeze water and food color in ice trays. Freeze with a toothpick or popsicle stick. Go outside if it's warm and enjoy some cold painting.
58: Play Mail Man. (with the mail you wrote and decorated earlier)
59: Go on a hike. Or run on a hike in my son's case... Nature hikes, scavenger hunts etc.
60: Make homemade lava lamps. Thanks to my friend Jess who taught me.61: Mini Marshmallow construction. Give them toothpicks and you've got a good hour of down time.62: Make mini bun pizzas. This way your kids can decorate their own.63: Paint and Roll Marbles. (Or in our case, hungry hippo balls)64: Make cookies. Let them do everything but work with the oven. Make matching aprons if your ambitious! (I got the kids aprons at the dollar store;)65: Potato stamps. (A fav)
66: Make a pinecone bird feeder. You'll enjoy the fruits of your labor all summer while bird watching.
67: Make and Play Play Dough.

68: Go through a car wash. (And if your in our family, tell scary stories:) This is a new major high-tech car wash in our area...
69: Have a water sprayer fight! recommended outdoors;) (also good to fill up with 1/4 vinegar and give your kids toothbrushes to clean the base boards...Yes I'm aware of child labor laws, but for now...it's a game to them)70: Scavenger Hunt. (A fav)71: A picnic. A regular one. Nothing's better than a spot of shaded grass on a hot day.
72: Build a fort! I wanted to post this one for inspiration because my blanket forts weren't picture worthy. My kids LOVE watching movies in a fort tho.
73: Write and send snail mail to loved ones. (That blue flying eagle is considered snail speed now thanks to the internet).74: Tear drop volcanoes. Put baking soda on a tray. Fill paper cups with vinegar and food color. Use a dropper to create fizzy foam!75: (no pic) Go Dollar Store shopping. Give them each 1-5 bucks and they're in heaven.



128 comments:

Chad & Bonny Day said...

What a fun list!! I bet your kids (and you) had a blast!!! Is there a section on Pinterest for kids activities? If so where? Love this post! P.S. I've missed your posts this summer ;)

'T' said...

holy fritos awesome mommy of the year.

Brittney said...

wow, you're really are the coolest and most creative mommy ever! I want to be as awesome as you some day! I think this will get me off to a good start!

mari_contrary said...

THANK YOU for posting this!! I've been desperately looking for good ideas to do with my kiddo. He'll love these! Makes being the oldest suck less. :)

Jemsmom said...

I love this!!! These ideas are just fabulous! Thanks for sharing!

Art For Little Hands said...

lots of great ideas! I love the sponge finger painting.

lindsy said...

Wow!! What a great list! Thanks so much for sharing!
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Heather said...

Love all these esp. the glow sticks! bellesbazaar-heather.blogspot.com

Allie said...

Incredible list, so so cool. Thank you!!!!

Heather said...

Great ideas - thanks for sharing them all!

Heather K Miller said...

I am so excited about this list! I have been in such a mom funk lately and feel like we are doing nothing but watching a whole lot of Disney channel. This is gonna get me out of this funk! I find so many of these lists on Pinterest and they are such unrealistic or complicated ideas...these are all so perfect! Thank you for sharing!

Lisa said...

So many amazing ideas -- thank you so much!!!

chatkazpiernika said...

I know this post is quite old now but (thankx to pinterest) I have just discovered your blog while looking for some fun activities for my hyper-active two-year-old. Amazing ideas and a great blog! Thank you!

chatkazpiernika said...

I know this post is quite old now but (thankx to pinterest) I have just discovered your blog while looking for some fun activities for my hyper-active two-year-old. Amazing ideas and a great blog! Thank you!

Leanne @ Because (I think) I Can said...

oh my goodness, what a fabulous list!! Just what I needed going into our second week of spring break with horrible weather!! I love your church ideas, I will be using them!!

xo, Leanne

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Kris said...

Great ideas. Thanks for sharing these activities. As a mom, I'm very grateful for ladies like you who share outdoor activities so we can teach our kids cool stuff while still having fun together. It's bonding moments they will always remember. Thanks again for the time you took to share these ideas with the online world. KV in Indiana.

Chris said...

Great list! Thank you so much for sharing!

Jess- getSNAZZY.com said...

So fabulous! Looking forward to starting on the list!

loyallybecca said...

I hope this doesnt come across as rude, just trying to help bc I am a science teacher with a love for all things hands on. We've done the moon phases and it's awesome. But please don't do it like the picture bc it's wrong. :( the waxing phases are correct but the waning phases should be flipped. Think "when the light is on the right it's getting bright" (so light on left is getting dark) :)

The Accidental Housewife said...

This list is awesome! Thanks for taking the time to share it. That messless makeup idea is just inspired.

I thought you might like to know that we have Happy Ham Day every year in our house, we do it with the Christmas ham that's on sale, and it nicely fills the gap between Australia Day and Easter. :)

Andrea said...

Love this list! Your kids look to be about the same age as mine so I will be referencing often! New follower.
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kidsafecandles.com said...

My oldest is only 2 so some of these won't work for us yet but I would love to try these in the future! How do you make the pinecone bird feeder? That would be fun with him now! He loves watching the birds on our bird feeders!

jess@notyouraveragemommy.com said...

These are so much fun! Thanks for sharing which ones you loved and which ones worked etc. I shared the link to this post on my blog page, "Helpful Stuff." Can't wait to get started on some of these. Hope you are having a lovely day!!!!
Jess

Christina Parker Brown said...

Awesome ideas!

Sue said...

I just LOVE all of these ideas ! Thank you for sharing your experiences with us ! I've popped a link to you on my blog so my parents can try out some of them tooooo !

Sue :)

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Jennifer @ Ellison Lane Quilts said...

This is fabulous! Thanks for such a great list.

Song Sparrow said...

I love these ideas! :) Thanks for sharing!

wooshchildcare said...

Wow these are just brilliant. simple and inspiring .

MadCounty Mama said...

Great list! Thanks for posting!

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Kelly and Jeff said...

Love these ideas!! Totally going to use them once I have kids, and with my nieces and nephews in the meantime!

For anyone looking for the lava lamp directions, I Googled it, here's a link to one of the sites I found: http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Lava-Lamp-with-Household-Ingredients

Thanks again for sharing!

Sarah said...

We used the potato stamps (and the sponges would be good too) on rolls of paper to make home made wrapping paper for Christmas.

Lynda LaFon said...

Wow! What a great list! Thanks for putting this together.

Melissa S. said...

Wow! This is fantastic. My son is only 15 mo & not quite ready for some of these, but I am so excited to share some of these activites with my nieces & nephews and eventually my soon. Thanks for compiling these activites & sharing pictures!

Alphabet Summer Kits said...

What fun and super cute ideas!

Niki G said...

I love your use of oreos to teach the phases of the moon, but I hate to point out that there is an inaccuracy. The waxing moon appears on the right side and the waning moon appears on the left side.

Jen said...

Wow! It inspire me to make a schedule for my kids this summer vacation!!! Thank you sooooo much!!!!

LArnold said...

thanks these are wonderful ideas!!!

Hillary said...

Hoe do you do the lava lamps and the crayon and rock

Katie said...

Thanks for this! I'm now buzzing with excitement!

Catherine said...

You could try Sled kites this year. They are super easy to fly and made of ripstop nylon. Some have fiberglass rods, others don't (usually the smaller ones). You may also consider a box kite. They come in crazy shapes like squares and triangles and behave differently depending on windspeed.

firewife1523 said...

I love this! My little man is just old enough to start doing some of these things and I can't wait to get started. BTW, I LOVE that you made August 20th your donut day. It's our anniversary! And I think it should be our donut day too.

mirreflections said...

Fantastic List! The marshmallow structures activity becomes even more fun if you make jell-o, then place the structures on the jell-o and see if they can withstand an "earthquake". It's a great lesson in architecture and science! (Fun to eat afterward, too.):)

Summerset said...

Thank you for providing this, there are a lot of great ideas here!
The ironic part is that I found you via Pinterest, and in your intro you say that you found a lot of this stuff from that same site!
ha ha... it all comes full circle.

Eljah*B said...

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onyxsladybug said...

This is an EXCELLENT list!! Thank you so much for these inexpensive ideas! With a 4 year old and a newborn, it's nice to have a few "just for him" activities that the baby "doesn't get to do"! :-)

Mama Mandy said...

Great list! Thanks for making it where I only need one Pin for many good ideas!

Jess@Coxs Corner said...

This is an incredible post! Thank you for sharing! You've got a new follower here!

You should stop by my blog sometime too! We can be blog buddies! :)

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Kaydee said...

I am curious to know more about the hot rock coloring. Do you have a link or directions?

Kenzie CBMommyhood said...

This is such an awesome list! I found and repinned this on Pinterest :) I'm off to check out the rest of your blog!
Thanks!

Emilia said...

I love this list. I am definitely putting a bunch of these on my families summer bucket list challenge. I am signing up to follow you too!

Gigi said...

What a great list! Thanks so much for sharing. I know we'll be using these this summer.

G

blueyedlion said...

The nail polish "makeup" thing is so smart!

Becky said...

Oh my gosh! I love love love the mess-less makeup idea!! :-) Thanks :-)

Silvas said...

Ok. It may be that I'm not that creative or because it's almost midnight but I don't get the mess less makeup:(. Can someone explain?! BTW great list!

Silvas said...

Ok. It may be that I'm not that creative or because it's almost midnight but I don't get the mess less makeup:(. Can someone explain?! BTW great list!

Unknown said...

Hey how do you make the lava lamps I think #60

Tawny said...

Hi! My name is Tawny. Just wanted to say I really enjoy your blog! I love to come look at your makeup reviews and such! Love these ideas too! Thanks for your fun posts! :)

Aphaheart said...

Love this Post!!! Thanks!!! WOndering how you made the lava lamps!!

Katy326 said...

I wish I had kids to do these with. lol Guess I'll just have to wait another 10 years.

Kristen said...

How do you make the lava lamps? There are no instructions and no active link. Would of loved to make these with my kids today. Thanks

Casey said...

What an amazing mother you must be!

Marcha said...

I'd love a pdf, or whatever you made of the cloud viewer! Thanks!
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Stephanie said...

I'm always on the lookout for things to do with the grandkids.

I was just a little surprised when you talked about scanning activity books...and even about using in church.

It's stealing. People make their living publishing those workbooks. How would you like it if someone took your husband's work away?

Beth said...

@Stephanie-she said she purchased the activity books. If she's scanning them for her own kids to use I must misunderstand how that is stealing. Why not scan it and take one or two pages along instead of the whole book? And then she can use it for each child. JMHO.

Great activity list! Thanks so much for sharing!

Amanda said...

I'm a recent become stay-at-home Mom earlier this year. Your list is brilliant/fun :-) We've done many but this is inspiring! I'm excited to talk to friends about it too.

Amanda said...

I'm a recent become stay-at-home Mom earlier this year. Your list is brilliant/fun :-) We've done many but this is inspiring! I'm excited to talk to friends about it too.

Jessica Sabin said...

How do you do the homemade lava lamps for some reason its not showing me

Jess Ziegler said...

Jessica Sabin -Im wondering the same thing.

Linds said...

I fixed the link to the lava lamps. Those are a MUST! Sorry about that!

Linds said...

I fixed the link to the lava lamps. Those are a MUST! Sorry about that!

Barnes Blog said...

I am TOTALLY in love with all these ideas, what a great Mommy!
Also my Birthday is August 20th and I LOVE donuts more than anyone in the world. I think somehow your family knew that. ;0)

Leighann said...

Great list! My kids love the Japanese cut-outs. They make me to people holding hands, daisies, hearts, you name it.... they try to get me to make it. Some are pass, some are fail. :) Thanks for such an inspiring list.

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LaTisha said...

Not sure if ur question was answered... You empty makeup out of the container (like eyeshadow) and fill with different colors of nail polish and let dry... Makes pretend eyeshadow... They dont actually apply it, its just pretend.

LaTisha said...

Not sure if ur question was answered... You empty makeup out of the container (like eyeshadow) and fill with different colors of nail polish and let dry... Makes pretend eyeshadow... They dont actually apply it, its just pretend.

LaTisha said...

Not sure if ur question was answered... You empty makeup out of the container (like eyeshadow) and fill with different colors of nail polish and let dry... Makes pretend eyeshadow... They dont actually apply it, its just pretend.

Mistress Pixxie said...

Great Ideas, also "treasure hunting" that's exactly what my daughters call geocaching as well. And the "wish flowers" my daughter use to yell at people when they would try and tell her they were weeds and not wish flowers.

56c9b140-331d-11e2-9df6-000bcdca4d7a said...

Please leave wild animals in the wild. They are not a resource for you and your children to put into bottles or tanks. Just ask yourself, when you do that, what are you teaching your children other than that it is ok to imprison an animal just to satisfy your curiosity.

Linz e said...

Thank you for your opinion, I appreciate your passion and advice. Taking a bug net and going on an adventure and discovering will always be a past time with my children tho. We are harmless to the creatures and insects and I've taught them to be. I'd much rather put a frog in a safe vented jar (for 10 minutes before letting it go back into the wild) than having my children handle the creature in their hands and risk harming it. We never harm the creature and my children are discovering new things. They see it up close, they care for it and learn and let it go back into the wild.

Munchkin Momma said...

I realize this is an old post but I just found it on Pinterest and I love it! I've been looking for some fun non holiday ideas for the kids to do indoors this winter since they all have asthma and the cold kicks it into high gear. Can't wait for a glow stick bath night! Thanks for the ideas!!!!

Christine Miller said...

Wow thank you!! I am making a pact to do this, this summer, Thank youa!

Christine Miller said...

Wow thank you!! I am making a pact to do this, this summer, Thank youa!

Christine Miller said...

Wow thank you!! I am making a pact to do this, this summer, Thank youa!

Christine Miller said...

Wow thank you!! I am making a pact to do this, this summer, Thank youa!

Christine Miller said...

Wow thank you!! I am making a pact to do this, this summer, Thank youa!

Danielle Sharrer said...

Catching bugs and learning about them is a great idea! Be VERY careful to leave praying mantis' alone if you see them. They can spray a poison if they feel threatened. Do not want anyone getting hurt...

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James Ron said...

I just love these ideas.I notice this can be associate recent post however I simply found it on Pinterest and that i love it! i have been probing for some fun non vacation ideas for the youngsters to try to to inside this winter since all of them have respiratory disease and therefore the cold kicks it into gear. cannot watch for a glow stick tub night! Thanks for the ideas!!!!
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Lozza said...

I can't wait for my son to be old enough to enjoy this. And I'm very much looking forward to acting like a kid too.

Lauren jonczak said...

Great post! I was looking up kids indoor activities when I came across your post. I am taking my niece and 2 nephews for a week while my sister goes on vacation. I don't have kids so I am a little nervous. I just want them to have fun. These are great ideas! Thanks so much for sharing. I will have to add these to my list of things.

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Zhertiam Morris said...

The one I have a question about is the makeup with fingernail polish remover? is that the non acetone based remover? I have a 2 year old who loves to try and get in my makeup so I would love to let her try it out.

Zhertiam Morris said...

The one I have a question about is the makeup with fingernail polish remover? is that the non acetone based remover? I have a 2 year old who loves to try and get in my makeup so I would love to let her try it out.

Linz e said...

Zhertiam, the pretend makeup is nail polish, not any kind of remover. I went to the dollar store and bought some makeup and then I scraped out the real makeup and poured in nail polish. Let it dry and they have fun thinking it's makeup without the hassle of a mess! I hope that helps! I know how you feel with a daughter who gets into my makeup still. She's 4 though!

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brit said...

What a great list...best one I have seen so far! I am not creative at all, need a little help coming up with things to do for my toddler boy, thanks!!

Manal said...

Thank you so much for posting this. I was actually just searching up some activities to do with my autistic 7 year old nephew for his birthday today when I came across it. Your list was touching - honestly teared me up and I don't even have kids of my own yet - not even married! There's just something so special about this list. Thank you.

Anna Bridgeman said...

Whether with friends or on her own our 13 year old has decided the 15th of every month is UNICORN DAY!

emily said...

I just found this blog so you may have gotten your answer already but: Take 1 pine cone. Cover it with peanut butter. Roll it in bird seed. Hang a string from it. Hang it for the birds.

Princesse Ecossaise said...

Fantastic, thanks for these awesome ideas! I especially like the exercise idea, I never thought of that before!

Lori Jo Humphreys Basting said...

I am so glad I found your project ideas! The first thing my 4 your old Grand daughter says to me is.."Memaw where is your project bag?! What project are we doing today?!!" I am glad we have this special crafty bond she enjoys. Your list is awesome! Found it on Pinterest!

Joe Theodore said...

I wish my wife was more like you

Vanessa Callau said...

This list is great! Thanks for sharing these ideas with us!

Jennifer said...

Your moon phase Oreos are a genius idea! I think the last four are backwards though.....

Awesome ideas!

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I am so excited to find this blog on pinterest. Ant wait to try these! Thank you!

tabbatha carnes said...

These are amazing i alo have two under three years old so most i cant do right now but i am pinning for future reference

Chuck S said...

As if you haven't heard it enough, this is an awesome list! I have an almost 7 year old, 3 year old, and 14 month old. And I do believe this will keep the all completely occupied all summer long. I would love to be your fried. SO AWESOME!!!

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Amy Senter said...

Just thought I'd let you know I included a link to some of your activities on my personal blog. Such cute ideas! Thanks for the post!

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Brittany Rummel said...

Just letting you know with the crayon hot rocks you can do something very similar. take a clip board or any kind of board you can stand up, grab a piece of paper and use a small piece of tape to tape it to the board then take crayola crayons and arange them pointing down in any color order you desire, tape them onto the paper, then take a blow dryer and melt the crayons! makes a really pretty art project!

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Thanks for all the great advice. I need to find the best parks to visit in California, I love being outside with the kids.

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Naceur Boujja said...

Great collection, some of the activities can also be used for activities during Kids birthday parties

Very helpful in keeping the kids busy, especially after consuming lot of sweets during the parties they become super hyper.

Sarah K Davis Photography said...

Awesome list!!! Thank you for taking the time to put this together. And as far as #14 and "concerned comments" go - maybe some people don't realize just how many free printable homework pages there are out there. The dry erase is perfect - my kids went thru LOTS of those pages!!

Sarah K Davis Photography said...

I'm sitting here making a list of what I want I want to do first. :) My kids love putting shaving cream in a muffin pan and I mix a drop or 2 (for mixed colors) of food coloring to each and they get to paint in the tub. Or do the same thing with milk and then they can paint a piece of bread (not soaking it too much) and then toast it. We did it once and need to again because they loved it. Thanks again!

Such Vaski said...

Wow, how lucky are your kids to have such a creative mummy :-) Thanks to you, now I hope my kids feel the same about me. Thanks for such wonderful ideas.

Sal Wesson said...

This is such a great resource! I babysit often and I'm always looking for new kids activities to spice things up. The rainbow volcanoes look like so much fun! How is the cleanup for that project?

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