Glow in the Dark Stained Glass Windows.

With our glow in the dark adventures that I have been blogging about, I thought I would share another easy, fun and cheap glow in the dark activity that is great for a sensory and fine motor experience with a side of shape recognition thrown in  for children too. You will need: Clear Contact (adhesive clear book covering). […]

Glow Bubbles!

I will pre-position this post with the fact that this post is for the older children who will absolutely, definitely not suck in on a straw when you tell them not to, but blow out to make bubbles, my 7-year-old is totally fine with this, so was okay for this activity, however I wouldn’t offer this […]

Chocolate Marshmallow Spiders. Fun recipe for Halloween!

 A fun recipe and cooking activity for the kids for Halloween (or any time at all really) is to make Chocolate Spiders. They are so easy to make and so super cute! My boys loved making them AND especially loved eating them! The kids can either help you do this or they can do this all […]

Edible Glow in the Dark Spider Webs.

   We ADORE glow in the dark activities in our house, especially at Halloween time!  There is something about the “magic” glow that seems to calm my boys and they seem to suddenly play quietly as they seem so in awe of it all, so I find it is a good activity to do after […]

Glow in the Dark Edible Jelly Eyeballs!

             Halloween is such a fun time to make edible food, especially glow in the dark edible food!!! I decided I wanted to try to make glow in the dark edible jelly/jello eyeballs as a fun activity for the boys. I made these as more of a fun sensory activity that were okay to be […]