would be fun to do as a relay. The first kid starts with a full cup of water, then pours it over his head and the second kid catches it and repeats and they keep doing this to see who can fill up a jar the fastest

This post has a water themed Birthday party including this relay: The first kid starts with a full cup of water, then pours it over his head and the second kid catches it and repeats and they keep doing this to see who can fill up a jar the fastest.

fun spinners craft for kids to do this summer!

DIY Paper Spinner for Endless Fun

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DIY Family Hand Prints

DIY Nursery Decor: Daddy Mommy and Me hand print. Directions: a frame with a CANVAS MAT Choose different paint colors for each hand-print Put hand prints on canvas Let them dry Add the date and put in a frame.

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Fun with water, great recycled plastic bottle project. This could be pretty if you used wine bottles. It's just a matter of figuring out how to cut a hole in the side.

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Easy and fun children's birthday game: give a cup with water to the person behind you, but you can only do so by lifting the cup over your head!

Bloomin’ Onion Bread | siktwinfood Mit Kräuterbutter und Käse gefülltes Brot. Ideal für einen Abend mit Freunden.

Bloomin‘ Onion Bread

Tear and Share Recipe — Bloomin Onion Bread recipe is from Siktwinfood. You start with a loaf of bread that’s already been made. Slice in a grid pattern – but not all the way through -then pour on the savory cheese, herb and onion mixture.

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Mud kitchen (also known as an outdoor kitchen or mud pie kitchen) is one of the best resources in DIY projects for kids to play outside as kids playhouse.

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Also could work as a mud kitchen. DIY sand and water table made from a thrift store kitchen sink

Our daughter's Fancy Mud Pie table! A recycled potting table purchased off of Craig's List for cheap. I had my husband adjust the table height and cut out spaces for the basins. Used left over paint from previous projects to give the shelves I bought at GW a fresh coat of paint. Bought tools at dollar store & GW. Inexpensive with a little elbow grease....will last a few years! My daughter was so excited to have her own kitchen outside!

Our daughters Fancy Mud Pie table! A recycled potting table purchased off of Craigs List for cheap. I had my husband adjust the table height and cut out spaces for the basins. Used left over paint from previous projects to give the shelves I bought at GW

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