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    Fun stuff for kids to do or make (non-edible)
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    YUM! While I haven't made these yet, they seem quite seductive;) And since the cookies are covered in a basic batter and labeled as doughnuts, it WOULD be okay to eat them for breakfast, wouldn't it? I know my 2 1/2 year old son would agree:)

    Recipe #73308

    No-cook homemade puff paints that you mix up and put in a small squeeze bottle. Fun and easy! You get puffy, glossy paints that dry with sparkly salt crystals!

    Recipe #43551

    This is the best homemade playdough. Kids love it.

    Recipe #68397

    I got this recipe from FamilyFun magazine and have used it on numerous craft products. The texture is so smooth, totally non-toxic, and not sticky like other papier mache recipes.

    Recipe #38097

    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

    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

    1 Reviews |  By Kimke

    A fun project for kids on a rainy day!

    Recipe #83587

    I love making these. We call them dinosaur eggs. You can fill them with any small childs trinkets.

    Recipe #84094

    This is just a little project i did for my daughters class and it was a big hit. very easy, non messy, and great for the holidays.

    Recipe #201603

    8 Reviews |  By anme

    Easy tie-dyed shirts "recipe" I found in one of my daycare books

    Recipe #194640

    Don't buy the tablets, use whats in your pantry! Glitter and tie-dyed eggs too! Use in recipe #153466 to make Cascarones. Cook time is drying time. Safe and natural for those of you who eat them easter morning!

    Recipe #160383

    3 Reviews |  By Mirj

    A great project to do with the kids.

    Recipe #16525

    KIDS LOVE THESE!!! So much cheaper and easier than the kind you buy at the store.

    Recipe #66418

    A fun craft idea for kids. Not intended for very small children.

    Recipe #98004

    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

    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

    OK-So this isn't exactly a food recipe but it uses food stuff and it looks pretty cool too! Fun for kids to make.Plus you can point out that oil is lighter than vinegar...a little Science never hurt anyone!

    Recipe #158332

    A Mexican/American Tradition around Easter and carnival. These pretty confetti eggs really make any party fun for kids and adults alike! You will need a large bowl for catching the raw eggs; you can save these and use them for cooking, and a clean, sharp knife. Prep time depends on your technique.

    Recipe #153466

    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

    These are beautiful, and so much fun to make. Everyone is impressed by them, and they are not hard to make. I hope you enjoy them as much as my family and friends do! The sugar cookie recipe is identical to Confectioner's Sugar Cookies #3094 by Linda Johansen, but there is no other way to post the recipe without copying it! Recipe and idea from Betty Crocker's Cookie Book. Thanks! (Cook time and prep time do not include chill time.)

    Recipe #89450

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