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Sock bubbles...it took 3 mins to make & is soooo cool. The kids are gonna love it! Our favorite pinterest find yet!

Rainbow Bubble Snakes - Need: Half a waterbottle, rubberband, bubbles (dishsoap/water), food coloring, sock. Steps: Dip sock held by a rubber band on the water bottle in food coloring in dish soap and food coloring and blow. Have fun!

Maybe a version of this for the end of the patio. Maybe with a little less "rustic" and more "Asian"

Patio Decor and Gardening / urban gardens, small space manipulation. No instructions, but good inspiration for taking a very narrow and challenging space and turning it into a tiered garden with vertical elements.

Here are 30+ Homemade Slime Recipes for your gross and amazing pleasure. Have fun!

Here are Homemade Slime Recipes for your gross and amazing pleasure. Have fun! Don't use any with borax.

37 activities that will keep the kids busy this winter. I particularly like this target for paper airplanes.

Paper Airplane Target practice -- yes! Cut holes in a large piece of paper and have children aim their hand-made paper planes through. Set a certain number of tries, and give a prize to the winner who got the most planes through the holes.

How to Make a Straw Rocket. Great for a rainy day! Did this worked pretty good boys liked it! We knocked over army men and dixie cupp  pyramids.

Everyone likes to shoot the paper off of the straw, now we can doo it over and over. How to make DIY straw rockets for hours of kids’ fun! Simple and easy to make, with materials you already have on hand!

37 Activities Under $10 That Will Keep Your Kids Busy On A Snow Day

Balloon Rockets - I've done this in several science camps I've conducted. Kids have fun with it. But, when the balloon deflates it may fall off the straw because it's surface area changes - another good thing to show and explain to kids.

Toilet paper rolls, egg cartons and tape - all you need is a few recyclables for this fine motor pom pom play! (via Teach Me Mommy)

Fine motor play from recycled materials - Toilet paper rolls, egg cartons and tape - all you need is a few recyclables for this fine motor pom pom play! (via Teach Me Mommy)