Goo!! 3 Ways to Make a Duct Tape Wallet. Steps Method 1 of 3: Wallet body <img alt="Make a Duct Tape Wallet Step 1 Version 2.jpg" src=" width="670" height="503"> a Duct Tape Wallet Step 1 Version 3.360p.mp4- Watch a 10 second video1Cut a strip of duct tape 8.5 inches (22cm) in length and place it sticky-side up on a flat, stick-resistant surface.
A cutting board or plastic craft board works well for this purpose. Ad <img alt="Make a Duct Tape Wallet Step 2 Version 2.jpg" src=" width="670" height="503"> a Duct Tape Wallet Step 2 Version 3.360p.mp4- Watch a 10 second video2Cut a second piece of equal length and place it sticky-side down, covering half of the first piece lengthwise. The other half of this new piece will now be sticking to the flat surface. Great Science Experiment For Kids! Suck An Egg Into A Bottle! Great Science Experiment For Kids!
Suck An Egg Into A Bottle! With just a few household items, we can show you how a hard-boiled egg can squeeze right through the mouth of a bottle. The Egg in a Bottle Trick is a science classic, dating back at least a hundred years. It’s a brilliant method of teaching just how powerful air pressure can be and the trick is also a great way of messing with your friends. We won’t stop there, we’ll also show you how to perform a gravity defying version of the trick… it’s an “eggsclusive” upside-down twist! Materials Hardboiled eggs (peeled)Large-mouthed bottleMatches or lighterStrips of paperSmall birthday candlesScissorsAdult supervision The Standard “Right-Side-Up” Version Using a pair of scissors, cut a strip of paper about 8″ x 1.”Carefully use a match or lighter to light the strip of paper at one end and drop it into the large-mouthed bottle.While the strip of paper is still burning in the bottle, set an egg on the mouth of the bottle.Watch carefully!
She mixes glue and laundry detergent. What she makes is PERFECT for kids! ⋆ The NEW N!FYmag. When this crafty mom picked up a bottle of glue and laundry detergent, we had no idea what to expect.
When we saw the end result, we were rushing to get supplies! What a great nostalgia-laden life hack! It seems like nowadays, with all the Xboxes and Playstations these kids obsess over, they’ve long forgotten the simpler things in life. You don’t always need technology to be happy. Sometimes, it’s the basic joys in life that truly brighten our lives. Sure, this concoction may be more “slime” than “putty” but the same fun can still be had. What did you think of this handy little video? 30 Things to Do With Kids This Summer ~ Formula Mom.
DIY Jellyfish in a bottle! ⋆ The NEW N!FYmag. He drops food coloring into a cup of rice. When he adds an egg that's when the magic happens! ⋆ The NEW N!FYmag. In this video, SurpriseFunTV shows off a fun egg decorating kit called “Shake it!”
It is an interesting idea with fun results, and you don’t even really need a kit to do it yourself at home. There are a lot of different dyeing techniques out there: the traditional dip dyeing, sponge speckling, and covering them in pieces of silk are all popular ways to do it, but this is the first time I’ve seen decorating with rice. I just love the simple results you get and you can be so creative with this process. All you need to recreate this fun and simple idea is: white rice, liquid food coloring, and small disposable containers with lids (if you use washable containers you may never actually be able to get the dye off).
In the video, he only does one color for each egg, but it would be fun to do a multi-colored egg. 4 Incredible Ways To Make Sidewalk Chalk! Sidewalk chalk is easy to make and only requires a few simple ingredients.
You can make standard solid chalk, but since your playtime takes place outdoors, you can also have fun with liquid chalks. Here are a few different variations you might find worth trying. Traditional Sidewalk Chalk Cardboard tubesScissorsDuct tapeWax paperWarm waterPlaster of ParisTempera paintBaking sheetMeasuring cupSmall bucketPlastic spoon Liquid Sidewalk Chalk Powdered soda drink mixWaterCornstarchMeasuring cupSqueeze bottlePlastic spoon or spatula Frozen Sidewalk Chalk WaterTempera paintCornstarchIce cube trays or popsicle moldsMeasuring cupPlastic spoon or spatula Exploding Sidewalk Chalk White vinegarFood coloring or liquid watercolor paintsCornstarchResealable plastic bagsBaking sodaPaper towels Method 1 of 4: Traditional Sidewalk Chalk Trim cardboard tubes down to size.
Let dry. Related 29 Dollar Store Finds That Will Keep Your Kids Busy All Summer.