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Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom Bunty 2. Log into Facebook. Ideas-book-house-brochure. Creative Child Kids Activities. Play invitations can be simple, such as a poster board and paint, or something more complex. They are designed to spark curiosity and invite play. If you provide materials with no goal in mind, these are open invitations. Your child can do with the materials whatever his or her creative heart desires. Suggestive invitations, such as my Box Town Invitation, obviously point toward a desired goal. Inspire your child's creativity to blossom with these kids activities. Play invitations can be simple, such as a poster board and paint, or something more complex. They are designed to spark curiosity and invite play. 1. 2. 3. Cloud Dough Recipe: Mix 1 cup of baby oil with 8 cups of all-purpose flour.

Try These Other Fun Kids Activities! 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. More Ways to Connect with Your Child Here! 9. 10. Rebecca Eanes, is the founder of positive-parents.org and creator of Positive Parenting: Toddlers and Beyond. GoodsHomeDesign. Easy Puffy Paint recipe. 3-Ingredient, homemade Puffy Paint an easy art technique for kids using microwave and a few basic kitchen ingredients.

If you know me, you know we LOVE homemade paint recipes and easy science activities. This homemade puffy paint fits the bill perfectly! This paint is super-easy and inexpensive to make. It’s fun to create with, but the best part is watching your artwork puff right up when you place it in the microwave! I love that Homemade puffy paint is a great art activity for children and has the added bonus of being a bit of a science experiment as well. To make your own homemade puffy paint, you’ll need: 1 tbsp self-rising flourfood colouring in the colours of your choice (I used Wilton icing gels) see below1 tbsp saltlittle bit of water (start with 1/4 tsp) For your convenience, I’ve included affiliate links for some of the products in this post: Making your puffy paints: Combine your flour and salt in a small bowl.

Magically transform it in your microwave: Now for the science! Ta daaa…