4th of July Pasta Fireworks Craft for Kids
You can't celebrate Independence Day without fireworks! We're enjoying a spectacular 4th of July fireworks show a little early thanks to the...
Chalk Salt Painting
I thought I would do coloured sand painting but our sand is a little too dark and a little too gritty. Not the nice white beach sand. So I substituted salt and the children grate sidewalk chalk to add the colour. After mixing the chalk dust into the salt the painting began. We used diluted white glue for the liquid to adhere the coloured salt to the paper. This little girl used the grater to spread the coloured salt on her paper. I thought it was inventive. There were a few that just liked…
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Firework craft - NurtureStore
With both Bonfire Night and Diwali being celebrated this week, we thought we’d get the glitter out to make a firework painting. 1. Use some black paper to be your sky. 2. Put a small blob of paint on your sky and blow it out into a firework shape using a drinking straw. […]