9 DIY Bright And Fun Fall Slime Recipes

9 Bright And Fun DIY Summer Slime Recipes

9 DIY Bright And Fun Fall Slime Recipes

Summer is coming! It’s high time to craft something for it and today we are sharing some recipes of summer slime for your kids – make some bright slime to entertain your children! Slime is so cool as it develops creativity and fine motor skills, and you can make your own slime yourself incorporating things that you . Take a look at some ideas we’ve prepared!

Ice cream is a very summery thing, it’s one of the first things that comes to our minds when we are thinking of this season. Create cute ice cream sundae slime with a fun texture from foam micro beads. This non-edible slime recipe is easy to make and kids have so much fun playing with and molding the slime.

These foam micro beads (expandable polystyrene) are added to slime and foam recipes to create texture and moldability. Keep in mind that this slime isn’t edible and keep an eye on your kids to avoid any issues or just change the recipe to make edible slime.

DIY ice cream sundae slime recipe (via www.purelykatie.

com)

cloud slime recipes, this blue cotton candy cloud slime is soft, fluffy, stretchy, and smells just the delicious candy treat! This blue cotton candy slime recipe is a variation of cloud slime and smells absolutely amazing, just the airy spun-sugar treat. If cotton candy is only pink in your mind, add pink food coloring. Make some cotton candy slime according to this recipe, and your kids will get wonderful sensory experience!

DIY blue cotton candy slime for summer (via thesoccermomblog.com)

This confetti slime will be a great activity for a birthday party. Even though it may look it tastes good it is not meant to be eaten, tasted, or put anywhere near your mouth.

Make sure that you are only playing these kinds of sensory play activities with children who can tell the difference between food and slime. If you do play with smaller kids make sure there is always an adult present to help.

DIY birthday cake confetti slime (via momluck.com)

This DIY slime recipe is the easiest on the block! If you have kids at home this summer, you need a few fun activities up your sleeve.

The author used a fail-safe recipe below, and threw a little slime making party to celebrate the arrival of summer.

Offer your kids pompoms, googly eyes, sequins, and more! They will have much fun while making their own slime with the ingredients they consider interesting.

DIY semi sheer colorful letter slime (via blog.darice.com)

If you have young children, then you are aware of slime craze! With school out for the summer, it’s a great time to make slime with the kiddos. And since July 4th is not that far, this Patriotic Slime is the perfect way to get some red, white, and blue incorporated into your child’s play time.

Two of the great things about slime is that it is so easy to make and the ingredients are pretty inexpensive. To store for play later, put the slime into a zip-close baggie or a plastic or glass jar. It will stay for at least a couple weeks. To make it last longer, have your children wash their hands before playing.

And it’s always best to have them wash their hands after playing, too!

DIY bright Patriotic slime with a touch of glitter (via simplybeingmommy.com)

Do you remember using slime as child? Squishing it into small cups and relishing in the “delightful” sounds that it made? Then you do understand how much kids love slime! And it’s time to make some super bright summer slime to make these summer days even cooler.

This super stretchy homemade slime is also super easy to make! In a nutshell, you need equal parts water, school glue and liquid starch. You can have fun, the author did, with food coloring and glitter, but those are optional.

DIY bright yellow summer slime (via livingwellmom.com)

There is something about sparkly glitter slime that adds to the experience of making slime! Making glitter slime with clear glue is easy and if you want an even easier glitter slime recipe you can use glitter glue instead.

This glitter slime can be made in any color! Choose any of your favorite colors to make this slime.  This would be perfect to make for a birthday party, afternoon activity or even just for the slime fan in your house.

DIY bright glitter slime in candy colors (via www.thebestideasforkids.com)

This fun slime contains orbeez, and if you don’t have them, you can use water beads if you . They are cheaper then orbeez in my opinion. Whichever one you prefer to use they both work great. The more you stir the slime will become less sticky and you will eventually have a smooth slime that is non-sticky.

DIY white toothpaste colorful orbeez slime (via www.savynaturalista.com)

Glitter glue will allow you to make transparent colorful slime with glitter – what can be better for summer? Glitter all around! The tutorial is easy as always – mix Borax, water and glitter glue to get this cool slime. If the slime gets too slimy you can put it back inside and it will harden some more.

DIY neon glitter slime for summer kids' parties (via www.the36thavenue.com)

Source: https://www.shelterness.com/diy-summer-slime-recipes/

33 DIY Ideas for The Kids To Make At Home – Easy DIY Kids Crafts

9 DIY Bright And Fun Fall Slime Recipes

Need some fun ideas to keep your kids entertained? Sometimes, as parents, we just run creative, new ways to keep busy kids happy and occupied. That’s ok, too. Especially when all these crafty Moms and bloggers share their great ideas with us on Pinterest.

We chose our favorite DIY crafts and activities for kids, and we think you are going to want to tackle one or more of these cool projects this weekend. From rainbow paints to little crafts kids can make themselves, these activities just make us smile.

Check out these fun ideas your children are sure to love!

DIY Projects for Kids

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If you are looking for cool DIYs for kids to make at home, it does not get much better than learning how to make slime this DIY unicorn poop. For a kids craft idea that is fun to play with, one that entertains children for hours, try making this slime recipe. Colorful, squishy, clicky, satisfying. #asmr Fun DIY projects for kids don’t get much better than this DIY slime recipe idea.

2. Squirt Gun Painting

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Another super fun project to do with the kids, this DIY squirt gun painting project is art and craft ideas for kids that we never get tired of. Let your baby Jackson Pollack’s of the world show their talents and make these awesome creative paintings. A cool idea for the backyard on a hot summer day, invite some neighbors over and make a party of it.

3. Perler Bead Fruit Magnets

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Make a lovely Perler Bead Fruit Magnets by simply following along with the simple tutorial from Frugal Mom Eh. These are a splash of sunshine in the cold winter months. I love these bright and fruity designs. They look so vibrant and summery.

DIY Kids Crafts

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If you can’t be on a real boat to enjoy these last summer days, make one of your own! These cork sailboats are fantastic and amazingly creative! And this kid-friendly craft makes the cutest vessels ever seen on dry land — and you probably already have all the supplies.

5. Bubble Wands

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Need a fun craft to keep the kids busy or for an amazing party favor? Check out these easy Homemade Bubble Wands! Such a fun DIY Craft project for the kids! The DIY is perfect for a lazy Saturday afternoon.

6. Birdy Flower Markers

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Never forget a plants name again with these easy markers! It’s also a fun DIY to do with your kids. Garden markers are one of my favorite warm weather crafts. They add such fun and whimsy to a garden, don’t they?

Easy Kids Crafts

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Looking for a fun DIY homemade toy project to make with your kids? Check out this awesome DIY Wooden Robot from Adventure In A Box and if you want to make a simple wooden toy with a minimum of tools or are looking for the first woodworking experience for older kids, try this robot!

8. Ribbon Flower Headband Tutorial

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Make this pretty headband for your little princess or as a gift, it’s easy and inexpensive. This is a super simple way to make ribbon flowers. It’s perfect for beginners and advanced crafters a. Head on over to Sew Mc Cool for the complete instructions and start crafting with the kids!

DIY Crafts for Kids

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A super easy project – perfect for you and your kids! Making dish towel curtains couldn’t be more simple. These dish towels make a practical gift for anyone who loves your kids, a wonderful house warming gift, or just a fun addition for your own kitchen!

10. Homemade Gum

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Want to learn how to make gum at home? This step by step tutorial shows you how easy it is to make gum. Follow the instructions and you will be making your own chewing gum in no time! This DIY is such a fun project to do with your kids.

11. Laundry Basket Skee Ball

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DIY Laundry Basket Skee Ball with ball pit balls kids game via Frugal Fun 4 Boys – what an awesome indoor active game for kids! Turn a Costco diaper box into a basic ramp that launches the balls into the air. To play the game, simply roll the balls up the ramp and launch them into the laundry baskets.  It works best if you kneel to roll the balls. What a great idea!

12. Easy Bunny Pom Poms

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You will only need a few materials to craft this DIY pom pom bunny. To make these lovely pom-pom bunnies you will require yarn, pom-pom makers, beads, small white pom-poms, felt, transparent plastic thread and glue. These are too awesome! I am going to make these next week at the cottage with my son, he loves bunnies! Looking forward to the hutch installment.

13. DIY Mason Jar Fairy Lights

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DIY mason jar fairy lights are surprisingly easy to make for the entertainment value they offer.

Un many DIYs that have long lists of supplies you may or may not find readily available, this one just uses glow in the dark paint, glitter and pretty much any clean jar you can find.

This cool glow in the dark craft is a neat project idea for kids and teens, but I have to admit that adults find glow in the dark fairies to be mesmerizing as well.

33. Craft Stick Crocodile Craft

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Source: https://diyjoy.com/diy-ideas-for-kids-to-make/

Fall Slime Recipe For Kids

9 DIY Bright And Fun Fall Slime Recipes

Our Fall slime recipe is perfect science and sensory play when the leaves begin to change color. Enjoy slime as is, or dress it up for the season or holiday our fall themed slime. Kids love slime and adults do too! We have made our simple slime recipe over and over again. Fall science is easy to do with young kids. We love homemade slime!

FALL SLIME

We have used this liquid starch slime recipe over and over again and it has not failed us yet! It is so simple, you will have awesome slime in 5 minutes that you can play with again and again.

This fall slime recipe is so quick, you can stop at the grocery store and pick up what you need today. You may even have it already! We have a few ways to make slime using glue so make sure to see which one is right for you.

I am looking forward to all the fun ways to play with our homemade slime this year. Make sure to see all our Fall Science and STEM Ideas!

Around here, slime has become must do sensory play every day! My son loves the whole process of creating slime.  Our fall slime is all about leaves and can also include Thanksgiving.

Engaging in slime sensory play together gives us a nice opportunity to sit and talk about Thanksgiving and what it means to be thankful while our hands are busy.

YOU MIGHT ALSO : Real Pumpkin Slime In A Pumpkin

CHECK OUT HOW THE FALL SLIME SHINES IN THE LIGHT OF THE WINDOW

We decorated our fall slime with leaves and sequins. Plus we had a chance to talk about Fall colors and the Fall activities we have done so far this year! 

This is a beautiful stretchy slime that oozes wonderfully when you hold it or set it down. Grab a book about Fall leave to add a literacy component to your sensory play. 

YOU MIGHT ALSO : Fall Sensory Activities

SLIME SCIENCE

What’s the science behind the slime? The borate ions in the slime activator {sodium borate, borax powder, or boric acid} mixes with the PVA {polyvinyl-acetate} glue and forms this cool stretchy substance. This is called cross linking!

The glue is a polymer and is made up of long, repeating, and identical strands or molecules. These molecules with flow past one another keeping the glue in a liquid state.

The addition of water is important to this process. Think about when you leave a gob of glue out, and you find it hard and rubbery the next day.

When you add the borate ions to the mixture, it starts to connect these long strands together. They begin to tangle and mix until the substance is less the liquid you started with and is thicker and rubberier slime!

Read more here:  Slime Science for Young Kids

No more having to print out a WHOLE blog post for just one recipe!

Get our basic slime recipes in an easy to print format so you can knock out the activities!

FALL SLIME RECIPE

Just a few supplies are needed for this fall slime. Certainly adding confetti, leaves, and sequins will give it a festive touch, but it is fun to play with just as it is.

If you prefer using saline solution, see our fall leaves slime here using the saline solution and baking soda slime recipe.

YOU WILL NEED:

  • 1/2 cup PVA Washable Clear glue 
  • 1/2 cup Liquid Starch 
  • 1/2 cup Water
  • Food coloring {red and yellow to make orange}
  • Measuring Cup
  • Bowl and Spoon or Craft Stick
  • Plastic leaves {table scatter}
  •  Confetti

HOW TO MAKE FALL SLIME

1:  In a bowl mix 1/2 cup water and 1/2 cup of glue (mix well to combine completely).

2: Now’s the time to add  food coloring and fun mix-ins. Mix the color into the glue and water mixture.

3: Pour in 1/4- 1/2 cup of liquid starch. You will see the slime immediately start to form. Keep stirring until you have a gooey blob of slime. The liquid should be gone! 

4:  Start kneading your slime! It will appear stringy at first but just work it around with your hands and you will notice the consistency changes. You can also put it in a clean container and set it aside for 3 minutes, and you will also notice the change in consistency! 

My son loves to make piles with this fall slime and just watch it flatten out. The bubbles it makes are also fun! Slime is such a visual treat!

This type of sensory play can be wonderfully calming to play with and to hold. We all enjoy it here. What other colors would you add to your fall slime recipe. I bet a swirl of reds, oranges, and yellows would be so pretty and appealing to play with too.

FALL SLIME FOR THE CHANGING COLORS OF THE SEASON!

Check out more homemade slime recipes to try!

No more having to print out a WHOLE blog post for just one recipe!

Get our basic slime recipes in an easy to print format so you can knock out the activities!

25 Amazingly Fun Glow In The Dark DIY Projects For Kids

9 DIY Bright And Fun Fall Slime Recipes

Wintertime often means power outages, which are never fun. Even if you maintain power during those cold winter nights, sometimes there’s just no fun in colder weather.

Whether you’re looking for activities for winter or you want something that the kids will enjoy when it’s warm enough to be outdoors at night, I’ve got a great collection of 25 amazingly fun DIY projects that you can do with your little ones – and these projects all glow in the dark!

While you’re looking for activities to keep the kids busy, be sure to check out this amazing 37 parenting hacks round-up. Now, back to the list. There is definitely something in here that you are going to want to make with your little ones.

From glow in the dark bowling to calming bathtub activities – that also glow in the dark – your kids are going to flip when they see these projects! I have to say, I got a little excited myself. I have loved glow in the dark projects since I was a kid and my kids love them as well.

I can’t wait to grab a few of these and try them out.

There’s a great glow in the dark slime recipe in here, and when you make it you just have to check out this fun sensory project for kids that shows you how to blow bubbles in slime. It’s fun and educational – two of my most favorite things!

With a constellation jar, a glow in the dark galaxy, and even cotton candy that glows, I just know you and your little ones are going to love this project list. Pick a new glow in the dark project for every week, or stick with your favorite. Be sure to let me know which ones you have tried. I always enjoy hearing how awesome your projects are!

1. Glow In The Dark Bowling

By sticking glow sticks into ordinary water bottles, you can create a fun game of glow in the dark bowling. You just use empty clear bottles and then add an activated glow stick.

You can get glow sticks at the Dollar Tree and they normally come two or three to a package. Once you have your “pins” set up, just use any ball you want to knock them down.

This is a super fun game for late summer nights and would be perfect to take along on camping trips.

Tutorial: mykidsadventures

2. Glowing Bedtime Bottle

No, this isn’t an infant bottle – it’s a great bottle that glows in the dark, which helps to calm children down before bedtime.

This is perfect for active children who need to tone it down just a notch so that they can easily fall asleep. The empty water bottle is filled with hair gel, glow in the dark paint, and glow in the dark mini stars.

The stars “dance” around, which mesmerizes children and helps them to calm down and get ready to drift off into dreamland.

Tutorial: kidsactivitiesblog

3. Glow In The Dark Bathtub Fun

These fun glow in the dark balloons are perfect for bath time fun. You just blow up balloons, add activated glow sticks, tie the balloons up and then let the kids have a ball.

Warning – this could get messy as kids throw the balloons back and forth. Water may hit the floor – but that’s what makes it such a fun activity.

If you don’t want to clean up water in the bathroom, this is also a great outdoor activity or maybe a fun pool game at night.

Tutorial: kidsactivitiesblog

4. Glowing Sidewalk Chalk

Not only does this sidewalk chalk glow in the dark, you save money because you make it yourself. I love the idea of making sidewalk chalk.

Although it’s not terribly expensive, any time you can save money is a great time, right? So, you need plaster of Paris, glow in the dark paint, and an ice cube tray to create these amazing chalks.

There as much fun to make as they are to use, and kids will adore making messages on the sidewalk that will glow when nighttime arrives.

Tutorial: growingajeweledrose

5. This World Constellation Jar

This constellation jar is made to house the Big Dipper and it’s amazing! This is a great project to use up one of those mason jars that you have ready for crafting.

You’ll need to get an image of the Big Dipper and draw it on the jar – there are a few other steps, too. When you’re finished, you’ll have captured the galaxy, particularly the Big Dipper part of it.

Or, choose your own favorite constellation – or even make them all!

Tutorial: momdot

6. Awesome Glowing Dream Catcher

This amazing dream catcher is a paper plate with glowing mini stars throughout. I love this idea for decorating a little one’s room.

It makes wonderfully homemade décor during the day and turns into a glowing dream catcher at night, complete with soothing stars to help lull little ones to sleep.

You could add glow in the dark paint to the actual paper plate itself or just attach glowing mini stars for the glow in the dark effect.

Tutorial: kidsactivitiesblog

7. Glow In The Dark Cotton Candy

My favorite part of the county fair growing up was cotton candy. I still love it to this day. I also really love these glow in the dark cotton candies – and kids will adore them, too. You don’t actually do anything to the cotton candy itself.

The glowing comes from LED cotton candy sticks that you can buy online. They’re made by Glo Cone and they are FDA approved, so they’re perfectly safe for your little ones.

I love this idea of making glowing cotton candy – almost as much as I love eating cotton candy!

Tutorial: livinglocurto

8. Galaxy Jar

Here’s another great this world glowing jar idea that kids will love. This galaxy jar is made with an old mason jar and glow in the dark fabric paint – which you can pick up at just about any craft or fabric store. Kids will adore making their own version of the Milky Way and you’ll love how fascinated they are with their own little private galaxy.

Tutorial: momdot

9. Two Ingredient Glowing Glue

Kids will love creating with their own glowing glue. You can easily create glue that glows in the dark by just mixing white glue with fluorescent paint. You just add a few drops of paint to your glue and shake well.

Many stores offer school glue for under a dollar, especially during the fall, so you could afford to make an entire rainbow of glowing glues. Then just give the kids some construction paper and let them create pictures that will glow when the lights go out.

This is a great project idea for cold, snowy or rainy days when you just can’t get outside.

Tutorial: growingajeweledrose

10. Glow In The Dark Shirts

These glow in the dark star shirts are perfect for your Fourth of July celebrations this summer.

Not only will they thrill kids who are wearing them, they make it a bit easier to keep an eye on your little ones when it’s dark outside because the shirts glow.

You can use iron on appliques to get that glow in the dark look, or if you don’t want a shirt for the Fourth of July, you can buy glow in the dark fabric paint and create a shirt in any design your little one wants.

Tutorial: dukesandduchesses

11. Glowing Spider Webs

Okay, so I really don’t spiders, but I do these glow in the dark spider webs. These will be great for making your Halloween decorations just a bit spookier. There are a couple of reasons why I love this project.

First, it glows in the dark. Second, gluing together the wooden craft sticks is a great project for younger children as it helps to develop fine motor skills.

To make these, just hot glue craft sticks together and then use neon rubber bands to help them glow.

Tutorial: stillplayingschool

12. Glowing Volcano

The next time your child needs to do a simple yet amazing science project, don’t just go for a boring old volcano. Make it a volcano that glows! You could even do this at home, even when you don’t need a project for school.

This volcano erupts with glow in the dark lava – sure to excite kids, teachers, and parents a.

It takes basic materials – those that you would use to build a regular volcano – but it glows! Imagine your child’s excitement when they present this at their next science fair.

Tutorial: growingajeweledrose

13. Glow In The Dark Rice

First of all, please do not allow your child to eat this rice! That said, this is an amazingly easy project and one that is going to thrill your children. It’s also a great idea for sensory play, which is important in growing children.

To make each color, you need four cups of raw rice, neon paint, and rubbing alcohol. Let your child mix the ingredients together in a freezer bag and they can play to their heart’s desire. The rice really glows if you put it under a black light.

Tutorial: kidsactivitiesblog

14. Spooky Glowing Ghosts

Here’s another wonderful idea for Halloween fun. These glow in the dark ghosts are so spooky and fun at the same time. You need white balloons, glow sticks, and cheesecloth to make each ghost.

You’ll also want a marker to create the face and maybe some string for hanging. These are so great and look really eerie when they blow in the wind.

Kids will love making them as much as they love hanging them to scare all their friends!

Tutorial: simplycreativeinsanity

15. Glowing Rainbow Water

Glowing rainbow water is great for sensory play and so much fun for kids. You only need water and glow in the dark paints to make it. Just add your paint to warm water and stir.

If you want your paint to glow under a black light, use fluorescent. The warmer your water, the faster the paint will liquefy so your child can enjoy it.

The water is great for outdoor play during summer nights or indoor play with the black light when it’s too cold to be outdoors.

Tutorial: growingajeweledrose

16. Rainbow Water Beads

These rainbow water beads also glow in the dark, but are a bit different than glowing water. To make these, you will need water beads, glow in the dark paint, and water. Kids will adore moving these around and generally playing in the dark with their colorful beads. They’re great for sensory play and so very easy to make – you’ll love them as much as your kids do.

Tutorial: growingajeweledrose

17. Glow In The Dark Easter Eggs

What kid wouldn’t want to hunt these amazing glow in the dark Easter eggs? They’re so colorful and even older children will want to get in on the hunting fun when you make these.

This is such an easy project – but note that you won’t really be able to fill the eggs with candy. To
make them glow, you just snap a glo stick and place inside a plastic egg.

Even after your main Easter egg hunt, kids will be at it all night with these wonderful glow in the dark eggs.

Tutorial: isavea2z

18. Glowing Winter Window Clings

What better way to beat the winter blues than with these glowing window clings? You need snowflake coloring pages – or you can freestyle your own snowflakes – wax or freezer paper and glow in the dark fabric paint. Once your clings are finished, just stick them to your windows and when it turns dark, watch the excitement begin. These would be great in kids’ bedrooms or you could display them right on the front door.

Tutorial: kidsactivitiesblog

19. Glow In The Dark Slime

Okay, so slime in itself is really exciting, but this particular slime will glow in the dark. You’ll begin by making a basic slime recipe – which is great anytime, even if it doesn’t glow.

To make it glow in the dark, you just add glow in the dark gel, neon food coloring and borax.

Kids will love playing with their slime, and they’ll love it even more after dark when it begins to glow a bright, neon color.

Tutorial: momdot

20. Glowing Yard Game

This game is very reminiscent of Toss Across – you do remember that retro game, right? Anyway, it glows in the dark! Kids will be up half the night tossing their bean bags or small balls through this sheet turned game board. The numbered shapes on the board all glow in the dark, so it’s just as fun after the sun goes down as it is in the daytime. This is definitely going to be a must for summertime fun.

Tutorial: thecountrychiccottage

21. Glow In The Dark Bath Time Fun

Kids will adore bathing in this glow in the dark water. It has vitamins in it, so it’s perfectly safe and even a bit healthy for kids. You add the water to your tub and use a black light to activate the glowing effect.

Kids of all ages are going to love playing in this glowing water.

I mean, who wouldn’t want to take a bath in a glowing tub? And, the ingredients to make this glow water are really cheap – you’ll literally be spending only pennies per tub.

Tutorial: funathomewithkids

22. Glowing Bouncy Balls

These glow in the dark bouncy balls are so very easy to make and kids are going to love them.

You will need borax, corn starch, and warm water to create each ball, as well as white glue and fluorescent or glow in the dark paints in whatever colors you want to create.

You make the entire ball with this one – you’re not just painting over an existing bouncy ball, so you could actually make them any size that you want.

Tutorial: instructables

23. Glow In The Dark Bath Paint

You use fluorescent paint and shaving cream to create these amazing glow in the dark bath paints that kids are going to adore using at bath time.

If you’ve ever had trouble getting your child to take his bath, this is the perfect solution. Any child is going to love painting it up with glow in the dark paints that you activate with a black light.

Plus, the supplies to make these are really inexpensive so you can make an entire rainbow of colors.

Tutorial: pagingfunmums

24. Glowing Tic Tac Toe Game

Tic tac toe is such a favorite game for many children. You can make their favorite game even more exciting when you turn it into this awesome glow in the dark version.

Kids will love playing this at night outdoors during summer, or you could just let them play in the kitchen floor during colder months. You just need some glow sticks and squares – kitchen tiles work wonderfully for this.

Or, you could use tape to make a board, whatever works for you.

Tutorial: kidsactivitiesblog

25. Amazing Glowing Science Project

This glowing science project is a great way to explore the different densities of water and oil – or ice as the case may be.

You need baby or vegetable oil, an ice cube tray, water, and some fluorescent or glow in the dark paint to make this project.

You make glowing ice in the ice cube tray and then watch as your child learns how ice and oil don’t really mix. This is a fun and educational game that children of all ages will enjoy.

Tutorial: growingajeweledrose

Source: https://www.diyncrafts.com/23238/home/parenting/25-amazingly-fun-glow-dark-diy-projects-kids

9 DIY Bright And Fun Fall Slime Recipes

9 DIY Bright And Fun Fall Slime Recipes

Fall is almost around the corner and it’s high time to get prepared to it – for school, for studies, work and other stuff.

If you have some small kids, why not make your children feel the season change giving them some simple fall-inspired toys? Slime can be a nice idea for sensory play and you may spruce it for the fall giving it a fall color, scent and look. Here are some DIYs to try!

The cool weather, the clothes, the pumpkins, the food, and of course the leaves. In honor of love of fall, you can get your kids excited too with some fall slime.

Making this fall slime with the leaves you can also use pumpkin beads in the slime, or a mixture of the autumn harvest ones that includes leaves, scarecrows, candy corn, pumpkins, and acorns.

If you really want to take on the extra work you can separate each one and give each kid a different set of beans so one kid gets the candy corn ones while another gets the pumpkin ones.

When you are done you can extend your play for a few days by storing your slime in an air-tight container. This slime can last a week at most in the containers before the kids lose interest so it might last even longer than that!

DIY fall slime with fall leaves and no Borax (via www.thefrugalnavywife.com)

This fall slime recipe is perfect science and sensory play when the leaves begin to change color. Enjoy slime as is or dress it up for the season or holiday our fall themed slime.

Kids love slime and adults do too! This fall slime recipe is so quick, you can stop at the grocery store and pick up what you need today.

You may even have it already! Engaging in slime sensory play together gives us a nice opportunity to sit and talk about Thanksgiving and what it means to be thankful while our hands are busy.

DIY easy fall slime with rhinestones and plastic leaves (via littlebinsforlittlehands.com)

Most kids love to play with slime! It keeps them busy for such a long time and it is a great calming play activity.

You can make this fall slime in under five minutes with just a few supplies! I love its shiny and bright look and touches of fall sparkles in the slime. This activity is great for children 2 and older.

Please don’t allow children who put items in their mouths to play with slime.

DIY fall slime with fall-colored confetti (via teachingmama.org)

This DIY fall slime recipe is so easy to make – you can make it in under 5 minutes! Fun DIY slime idea for the Fall and Autumn season. Homemade cinnamon slime recipe that smells amazing.

This slime DIY is made without borax – yes you heard right NO borax! This is glitter slime that will be loved by kids, teens and tweens.

If you are looking for the best slime recipes and don’t want a slime fail, this is the slime for you! This slime is squishy, stretchy and smells wonderful.

DIY cinnamon-scented slime with no Borax (via kimspireddiy.com)

Slime is a fun sensory activity for kids of all ages. It’s also a fun science activity to do with preschoolers. You can talk about mixtures and chemical reactions.

This cinnamon-scented fall slime recipe is perfect for your autumn activities. Add any type of autumn vase filler (pumpkins, leaves, apples, etc.) to coordinate it with your fall themes.

DIY cinnamon slime with fall leaves (via homeschoolpreschool.net)

With fall almost upon us, make this fall slime for the season. It is so simple my daughter whips it up in no time and then the hours of play begin.

If you are looking for fall activities to do indoors when the weather turns it’s not ideal to be outside, this is it! You can add just about anything to this fall slime to make it seasonal, here you’ll see some plastic leaves.

While you are getting all crafty you can throw a few more ideas around.

DIY fall slime with colorful fall leaves (via myhomebasedlife.com)

Looking for a fall themed craft to keep the kids busy? This 5-minute fall slime is quick, easy, inexpensive and always a big hit! This easy slime recipe will yield a nice and firm, not slippery and gooey form that is kind of putty- and lots of fun. The more you work it, the more firm it will become. Be sure to store it in an airtight container when not in use and keep it away from the carpet and upholstery.

DIY fall-colored slime with sequins (via www.dreamalittlebigger.com)

Here’s amazing fall slime with gold glitter and fall leaf confetti, which looks and feels fall! This is a very fast and easy craft, the ingredients for which you already have at home. I love its fall color and lots of glitter – it feels very autumn-!

DIY bright orange slime with glitter and leaves (via www.mommalew.com)

Give pumpkin slime as a unique Halloween gift idea that every kid will love.  This is a great idea for those that don’t want to give out candy or who want to do a little something extra special.

Plus all kids love slime so it really is a win-win! Dress it up as a pumpkin and all of a sudden you have an easy to make Halloween gift idea perfect for kids of all ages.

These also make great favors for your Halloween party! Kids will love this slime and their parents might love not having as much candy for the holiday.

DIY bright orange slime packed as pumpkins (via craftsbyamanda.com)

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50 Activities for Autumn

9 DIY Bright And Fun Fall Slime Recipes

Fall = fun activities for families!

We live in Texas where the temps are brutal in the summer, and there’s not much we want to do outside other than play in the pool.

For us, Autumn means a chance to go on fun family dates. Each Saturday morning we do an activity together as a family from our fall bucket list. Here are just a few of the activities we are looking forward to doing together.

Pick a preschool fall craft to do together, and have fun being creative together.

Decorate the front door — the wackier the better!

Pumpkin slime. Goop is a blast to play with. This goop is pumpkiny-orange.

Pumpkin pie play dough — this stuff smells SO good!

For an indoor kids activity, go on a spider hunt and see if you can find any cobwebs hiding in your house. After you dust them, create your own spider web using popsicle sticks, tape, and pipe cleaners.

Do your kids collect acorns? Mine love to squirrel them away. This is a great kids painting activity using acorns to make art.

More Fun Fall Activities

Fall sensory bottle — fill it with all the best autumn colors!

Make fall slime to play with — kids love this ooey gooey stuff!

Build a catapult, take it outside and put a pebble or two inside. Watch them fly and measure how far the items went.

Fun Activities for Autumn

Create an owl craft with scraps of old magazines — my kids are in a cutting kick and would love this craft.

Make a owl from TP tubes using feathers, scraps of fabric and buttons. This craft for kids is adorable.

Create Fall Art. Adding an outline can really liven up a picture. Help your youngest tots paint and create wall-worthy art with some black glue. They paint scribbles and you outline the work into the shape of a leaf.

Make fall spice paints with ginger, pumpkin and more!

Watch your kids pretend and play in a “world” with leaves outdoors for your kids to explore through. This family created a whole house with different rooms. Afterwards, rake them up and have fun jumping.

Go on a nature walk to a new destination. Bring along a nature bag for the kids, to help them document what they see.

Plant bulbs for the spring. My kids love to get muddy — gardening with kids is dirty and fun!

Donate food items to a food bank in your area. As the holidays approach, food banks are often strapped for supplies.

Make a pumpkin pie with your kids. Have extra filling? Add it to a smoothie with some yogurt.

Go bobbing for apples. Fill a tub with apples and see if you can get one with your teeth. Afterwards, make candy apples as a treat to enjoy with your kids.

Make s’mores on the patio with your kids — use a solar oven to warm them. Try experimenting and adding extra ingredients to your s’mores, berries or bananas.

Make your own apple cider by adding cinnamon sticks, nutmeg and honey to juiced apples (if possible, get fresh pressed juice)!

Churn your own butter — this is a fun activity for a kiddo who loves to move!

Play games during a bike ride. Use Chalk to create start and end points on a race, or to make an obstacle course of sorts for your kids to weave through.

Make popcorn balls. Ooey-gooey caramel popcorn balls shout “fall is coming” to me. These are one of our kids’ favorite fall traditions.

Go camping in your own backyard with a DIY PVC pipe Tent.

Take a collection of leaves and make leaf skeletons — soak the leaves in washing soda until the chloroform disintegrates, and you are left with the leaf structure.

Go on a hayride — we love to visit the local orchard, pick apples, and go on a hayride.

Practice fractions as you chop up apples and mix ingredients while baking an Apple Pie with kids.

Take crayons and some of your favorite leaves and layer the leaves between pages of paper. Rub on the pages with a crayon to see the leaf pattern emerge.

Set a pumpkin outdoors and journal about the pumpkin’s decomposition as it rots. Be sure to take pictures of the pumpkin in its various stages.

After you prune your trees, chop up the logs and the twigs, clean them off and bring them inside to make tree blocks.

Bake pumpkin seeds. I love carving out our pumpkins each year and using the guts to create a magnesium-rich snack for the kids and I to enjoy.

Make Jack-o-lanterns from items in the recycle bin, orange paint and black foam stickers.

Feed the birds with a kid-made bird feeder craft using toilet paper tubes or pine cones, peanut butter and seed.

Make Candy Corn Cookies — Layer three colors of sugar cookie dough and follow these instructions to make your own wedged treats.

Do a Halloween craft with your kids. Here are a more than dozen projects you can create with your kids.

Create your own costume for Halloween! Here are some simple costumes you can make with your kids.

Go trick-or-treating with your children. We love saying hi to all our neighbors!

For a fun kids activity, have your kids carve their own arrowheads using a bar of soap.

Make your own candles by dipping yarn into wax — this is a great stormy afternoon craft activity for the kids.

Fun Halloween Kids Activity — Make Eerie sounds! All you need is a plastic cup, a paperclip, string (wool is best) and a piece of paper towel.

Spooky and slimy sensory — with spaghetti?!? Dye some spaghetti bright orange and dark black, add a bit of veggie oil so they are extra slimy, and have fun squishing and squeezing!

Have fun with food and the kids — Make a Snakey Jello. This activity uses jell-o (Jelly for UK folks) and toy snakes for some squishy fun.

Have turkey races! This is a fun Thanksgiving day activity.

Do some simple Kitchen Science experiments with the leftover Trick-or-Treating candy.

Bake a batch of pumpkin Chocolate Chip cookies — this recipe is a loved favorite of more than one quirky family!

Spend the afternoon at a bookstore researching a project for the winter months.

Afternoon craft activity — Make matching scarves for you and your daughter to enjoy together. Here is a collection of no-sew scarves you can make in an afternoon.

Stuff old clothes to create a scarecrow for your front yard — a children’s Thanksgiving craft.

Bake apple chips. Thinly slice apples, spray them with oil, and sprinkle cinnamon and sugar on them. Bake them in the oven till they are crispy.

This is a great family craft for Thanksgiving, make a thankful tree detailing all the things you are thankful for this past year.

Do you have a fall bucket list?

Share your fun fall activities over on our page!

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