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Balloon Bowls!! Easier than it looks. -- 29 creative crafts for kids that adults will actually enjoy doing, too!

Balloon Bowls & other really cool craft ideas! Easier than it looks -- 29 creative crafts for kids that adults will actually enjoy doing, too!

Pumpkin made from a toilet paper roll and construction paper as a Thanksgiving craft for the 4th graders.

Thanksgiving Construction Paper Crafts: From paper you can make different Thanksgiving crafts. Crafts are fun for making & can express your creative skills.

walking water. Just water and food coloring. This activity kept my 3 year olds attention for 30 minutes!! And it took overnight for most of the water to walk!! Very cool experiment :)

absorption This activity helps the child imagine water "walking" , as the paper towel absorbs the water from an elevated height.Teaches about absorption and movement of liquids.

St. Patricks Day Party decor ideas and food! Love the crepe paper rainbow!

Patricks Day Party decor ideas and food! Love the crepe paper rainbow! Perfect Cause My Birthday Is In March :D Holiday Ideas,Holidays,Kids,St.

Bubble painting (: Mix food coloring in with bubbles then blow them on paper and let them pop.

Bubble painting (: Mix food coloring in with bubbles then blow them on paper and let them pop. Big bad bubble by Rubin, Adam. April, bubbles, chocolate : an ABC of poetry. Bubble trouble by Packard, Mary.

Here’s a quick & easy craft project for all the LEGO fans out there (who isn’t?) from super fab Brazil­ian crafter and illus­tra­tor Estéfi Machado.

Handmade Charlotte made this awesome DIY Lego Pencil Holder from a simple baby food jar and some paints! I know I would put this on my desk and I bet many of you would along with your kids of all ages!

This idea rocks! Multi-bubbles. Simple, cheap and fun.

Tiny Bubbles - Dip one end of the bundle into a shallow dish of bubble solution (you can make your own by combining 1 cup of water with cup of Dawn or Joy dishwashing liquid and 2 tablespoons of light corn syrup or glycerin), then blow through the straws.