18 Creative Activities For Under $5 That Will Entertain Your Kids For Hours.
#7. Play dough that glows!
We all loved getting our hands right in to the play dough growing up. Kids get a perk by having it glow-in-the-dark. This is what you need to make your glowing play dough: glow light, glowing vitamin, flour, water, vegetable oil, cream of tartar, and salt.
#8. Rainbow soap.
Create a mini car-wash or teach kids the colors with this fun foam soap. You'll need dish soap, water, mixer and food coloring.
#9. A different kind of slime.
This fun, gooey slime with dots is made courtesy of clear school glue, liquid starch and pom poms.
#10. Forget excavating fossils.
How about excavating for their own toys. Take a container, fill it up with toys and water. Put it in the freezer. To get the toys out, give the little ones eye droppers with water and salt and their own brushes.
#11. Snow without the blizzard.
This is such a fun, sensory play. The modern way to make snow requires baking soda, shampoo, water,food coloring and citric acid powder.
#12. Salt sculpture.
Building a sculpture is fun, but painting one made out of salt is better. To build the actual sculpture use the mold design you desire,table salt and water. To paint the final product use eyedroppers, and food coloring.
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