Fun rainy day activity:  On a tray, place a pile of baking soda.  Mix vinegar + a few drops of food coloring in a cup.  Give the kids an eyedropper. Have them fill it with vinegar, squeeze onto the baking soda and watch mini volcanoes erupt!

I do this every year in my classroom. On a tray, place a pile of BAKING SODA Mix vinegar + a few drops of food coloring in a cup. Give the kids an eyedropper. Have them fill it with vinegar, squeeze onto the baking soda and watch mini volcanoes erupt!

Paint in Baggies

keeping the kids busy: Ziplock bag "finger painting" {fun for them, CLEAN for Mama!}---unless they open the bag. I'm too curious to allow the bag to stay closed.

Enlist the kids to help you make stepping stones out of cement, cereal boxes, and glass stones. | 32 Cheap And Easy Backyard Ideas That Are Borderline Genius

Enlist the kids to help you make stepping stones out of cement, cereal boxes, and glass stones.

Not with concrete, but maybe clay? Get the children involved with these cement stepping stones! All you need is some cereal boxes and quick drying cement. Decorate with glass stones. Excellent idea for the kids to get their garden creativity flowing!

After a nature scavenger hunt, turn the nature objects into a pretty suncatcher for the window!

Craft for Toddlers: Nature Collage Suncatcher

After a nature scavenger hunt, turn the nature objects into a pretty suncatcher for the window! Just contact paper and paper plate.

Love this... how cute would this be in a garden? you could cement them in as stepping stones :)

Stone Creativity Family Circle by Iain Blake 10 Outdoor garden decor best out of waste ideas

Backyard fun

32 Fun DIY Backyard Games To Play (for kids & adults!)

Outdoor Tic-Tac-Toe This is one of my favorite spring projects! It’s the time of year when you just can’t get enough of the outdoors. I love the idea of constructing your own tic-tac-toe board in a fun outdoorsy theme;

Ballonrakete basteln.

37 Activities Under $10 That Will Keep Your Kids Busy On A Snow Day

Science fun...

We Tried It! - Milk Colors

Kitchen owl from kitchen scraps.Made using a jam jar lid, washers, bottle tops, buttons, coat hanger wire and springs. * All items signed, numbered and dated. Due to the nature of using found objects, there may be scratches, scrapes, dents and other marks that serve as signs of the earlier use of those parts.

Kitchen owl from kitchen scraps. Made using a jam jar lid, washers, bottle tops, buttons, coat hanger wire and springs.

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