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drawing with colored rice

Dying Rice Take cup of vinegar and add food coloring. Then add cup of rice.

Scuola Mosaicisti del Friuli, Mosaic School-  Materials & Details

Scuola Mosaicisti del Friuli, Mosaic School- Materials & Details

Paint a flower pot by squirting acrylic paint on the top and letting it drip down. Love it!

Rainbow painted pots craft for kids! A beautiful art project that you'll use in your garden.

Preschool Science!

From Play At Home Mom LLC: Exploring colors/mixtures. Baking soda, vinegar and liquid food coloring.

eighteen25: summer craft ideas (part five) corn syrup painting

corn syrup paintings what you need: * glossy art paper * corn syrup * food coloring * crayons * paint brushes-AWESOME!

Edible craft for transportation day or bday party - lots of cute holiday crafts on this site, too!

stoplight graham cracker pops for transportation theme. Would have been Great for classroom idea when I was working at a daycare.

party favor by blanca

Little Man party favors This would also be cute for Father's Day gift wrapping.

magazine mosaic

8 Fab DIY Activities That Guarantee Hours of Fun

How to make coasters with alcohol ink

How to Make Coasters With Alchohol Ink

Alcohol ink coasters - I wonder if you could do something like this with sharpies and rubbing alcohol.

Amy W.'s Scrap-A-Lot: Another Back to School Post

Rowdy in Room Burlap signs! Made the apple and pencil for my teamies this year (also made a chalkboard one). Used colored burlap instead of white burlap to save time on Decor Ideas

The Jennings Boys: VBS Crafts

August Home Party - "National Lighthouse Day": Cute Craft! Put a flameless tea light under the red cup too to light windows and door

Love these experiments!  I am going to make the bouncy balls for the end of the year

24 Science Experiments Your Kids Will Love

Cardboard Marble Maze from www.therapyfunzone.net - great DIY for visual motor skills

Apraxia, or Motor Planning

1 Cardboard Marble Maze Cardboard Marble Maze: Here is a low tech visual perceptual marble maze made out of a cardboard box and some straws. This one is fairly simple, but it can be useful for those who have trouble with motor.

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8 Free July 4th Party Printables For Your Celebration!

grade Craft Stick Flag: This sweet American flag craft from A Pumpkin and a Princess can be turned into a magnet or used as an adorable decoration around the house. Source: A Pumpkin and a Princess

Glitter everywhere as a child

When your child loses a tooth, leave a trail of glitter from their pillow to the window sill. My mom did this and me, my 2 sister, and my brother loved it!