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    Recipe #242696

    A no-cook sturdy clay thats great for playing and sculpting. It dries very hard overnight and makes rocky figurines and also makes very pretty earthy-textured beads. For a smoother clay, whir the oatmeal in the blender before mixing.

    Recipe #43550

    Makes a great gift or party favor.

    Recipe #69998

    Great kids gift. Borrowed from another site.

    Recipe #79210

    Gak

    Gak is a product made kind of like "Slime." It is sticky, gooey clay like substance.

    Recipe #59671

    Rose petals can be used for making jewelry and in particular, to make beads. This can be used to make a romantic necklace for a loved one, and kids will enjoy this too! You will need # 24 florist's wire for this recipe.

    Recipe #126164

    2 Reviews |  By skyeblu

    My four-year old had great fun with this ornament recipe this holiday season; in fact, we had to make several batches. The ornaments are very smooth, perfect for painting. I had the most success when I halved the recipe and didn't leave it too long to cool, just long enough to handle. While it made perfect smaller ornaments, I had some cracking as they dried when I used the dough to make larger handprint ornaments.

    Recipe #200801

    Have given lots of these to neighbors and friends at holidays..they are always appreciated.

    Recipe #118848

    6 Reviews |  By Tish

    My budding artist needs "paints" constantly. In order to keep up with her talents, we need to be creative with what is in the house

    Recipe #25273

    9 Reviews |  By winkki

    My daughters and I make these every year. You can change the look of the crystals by using different color and textures of pipe cleaners (chenille stems). Just choose your color and choose your shape: stars, snowflakes, trees, gingerbread men. The girls especially love using glittery white and silver ones to make 'snowflakes'. We don't just do these at Christmas, either We've used them on our Christmas tree, to hang in our windows, to decorate packages and gift baskets, for grandparents, initials (fun to spell out the kids' names), mobiles, etc. One year we found red and white striped pipe cleaners and made really cute hearts for Valentine's Day to take with a plate of cookies to some shut-in's. They make darling flowers, too. The only limit is your imagination. :o) They are fairly sturdy but the crystals can be knocked off if hit too hard so we spray ours with clear acrylic spray paint/shellac when they're dry (especially the ornaments that we want to use year after year). We haven't tried adding food color to the water yet, but that's on our list of possible variations to see if it works the same. We have also tried reheating and reusing the solution, but with mixed results and you would need to dissolve more Borax in if you do that.

    Recipe #145914

    The kids love this! I would not suggest this for very young children.

    Recipe #205143

    This is a fun, sweet, fruity lip gloss that gives your lips a little color too! Fun for girl's parties! They can make it and take it home! Multiply the recipe to make as much as you like.

    Recipe #43549

    3 Reviews |  By 4Susan

    Such fun! Make your own volcano at home, the kids just love the eruption. My boys can never get enough. This isn't food, more of a science experiment & a great way to have fun with the family. One time we did this at a birthday party & let each child make their own. The dirt is optional!

    Recipe #143184

    3 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Lots of fun, and not just for kids.

    Recipe #16468

    This is cheap, easy and fun! Use your imagination when applying this, and create something unique. I've used paper towels with swirling motions, up and down strokes etc. Next time I think I'm going to use a small paint brush and some stencils.

    Recipe #109621

    This is fun to make with kids from start to finish especially when they see the birds coming to eat on something they made

    Recipe #74996

    This is so much fun to do with your kids. The secret is it doesn't take that long! You also need a colander for this. We put ours in the kitchen sink and clean up was a breeze!

    Recipe #293634

    Easy and fun to make- you could adapt it for any holiday celebration or maybe use your school's colors. Your dentist will love you for this! The variation using the peppermint Andes baking bits is equally as tasty. Why not make a double batch??

    Recipe #270973

    A perfect time to do this project would be while you are dying your Eggs at Easter time!Where does the water go when a plant is watered? With this experiment, children can discover for themselves how essential the functions of roots and stems are to plant growth. As the colored water is absorbed, students will be able to see how the water is absorbed into the plant and the petals of the carnation change color. I got this "recipe" from Steve Spangler.

    Recipe #224656

    This stuff is so much fun for a rainy afternoon with kids!

    Recipe #134095

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