Anyone know of any fun crafts I can do with my little ones? I have two boys aged 2 and 3. It doesn't have to be seasonal, just want to add more mental stimulation, less television to our routine.
This can be a bit messy but lots of fun.
Materials needed- popsicle sticks, ice cube tray, aluminum foil, water, paper, and powdered paint.
Directions- Pour water into the ice cube tray and place aluminum foil over the top. Stick a popsicle stick into each cube spot (the aluminium foil holds it into place). Once the ice pops have frozen, take a piece of paper and sprinkle powdered paint over the paper. Next, have your children to use the ice pops like a paint brush and paint their own design. As the ice melts it mixes with the powder to create a watercolor type paint. This is perfect to do on a hot summer day outside.
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