|I used two cans of shaving cream sprayed all over the trampoline.|
|Then I added the sprinkler. We played for an hour and fifteen minutes!|
|Super easy and lots of fun!|
|I simply cut up foam noodles from the dollar store, then threw Bo in. |
I do plan on getting some more for next summer
|I cooked the spaghetti with food coloring and vinegar.|
Next I put it a bag with some oil to make it slippery and threw it in the fridge.
Bo thought it was yucky and kept dry heaving so he preferred using tongs.
|I used some old aquarium rocks and water. |
Then I cut out some foam lilly pads and added animals.
He really liked the frogs.
|This was a daily activity just about.|
Super fun and easy.
|Mix 1 teaspoon of borax into 1 cup of water and stir until dissolved.|
In a separate cup mix 1/2 cup of white glue with 1/2 cup of water and add food coloring.
Mix the two cups and stir. It will start to get more putty like.
|If you poke the slime it makes tooting noises for those of you with boys!|
|Just throw the letters from the fridge into the pool.|
Then hot glue a magnet to a string and tie to a stick.
I love simple sensory activities.
|It is really hard to get the sails to stand up so I taped them to the walls of the freezer.|
It was enjoyable, but I suggest using foam sails not paper.
|This was black beens, beads, blocks and print outs.|
I soaked the beans in alcohol so that I can keep and not have bugs in them.
|Blue rice, feathers, and red, white and blue toys.|
This was our 4th of July box.
|This was bird seed, a cat toy, two real nests, and two eggs that were found in the nest.|
The bird even chirped!
|Super simple. Plastic containers and cups in a sink of soapy water.|
I also threw in some brushes and wash clothes.
|The base is cloud dough. It is made with 1 part baby oil and 8 parts flour.|
The of course I added an aquarium cave, plants, and dinosaurs.
The cloud dough is fun by itself the dinosaurs were just and added plus.
|I made a slip 'n' slide out of a plastic table cloth and 2 cans of shaving cream.|
Of course I added a sprinkler later to wash him off.
|The base is black beans. |
Then I cut up some fake flowers from the dollar store and "planted" them.
|Then I added some bugs.|
|Black beans again. |
This time I had some ity bity horses and tractors to throw in.
The tractors spent a lot of time burying each other.
|I put about an inch of water into the box and froze that.|
Then layer by layer I added animals and more water and froze it.
The final layer was another inch of water.
Then I let the boys use the hammer and the hair dryer to free the animals.
|Red rice and red toys. Really simple, but Bo really loves to find the treasures.|
|I just blew up balloons and threw in stuffed animals and pillows.|
He kept begging to go to bed!
|Super easy. Just rocks and tractors.|
|I covered the teeth in contact paper and grabbed some toothpaste from the dollar store.|
The toothbrush was from the dentist.
|He loved the toothpaste.|
|I dumped a huge bottle of soap and magnetic letters in.|
Eventually I added a strainer and water.
We ended up washing the car too.
|This was really hard to do because of so much leakage.|
I folded a plastic drop cloth in half and duct taped it.
Then I added the hose. It was fun while it lasted even for the big kids.
|We had a food fight with refrigerated vanilla pudding.|
Best thing ever!
|I buried sea creatures in blue jello. It was fun and yummy!|
|Blue rice and blue toys. This was my first box with Bo.|
He was literally speechless.
|We had this stuff all over the back yard! It was a really good time.|