Jenny Spragg
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Water marbles! Crazy how a few kitchen ingredients will make these.

Plastic balls in a vase, guests write their notes on colored paper

I recently found out about Peter Opheim's work. Very cool stuff. His process is interesting. He creates small clay sculptures that very few people get to see, and then he makes large scale realistic paintings of these sculptures. The sculptures are pretty funky. Some resemble kids plush toys while others are more abstract play-doh looking things.

Peter Opheim Paintings made from play dough sculptures! I could use my zoo loo toys.

Use a Zip-loc bag, duct tape, dish soap, and these instructions from Therapy Fun Zone to create a tactile marble maze. Great fine motor activity/problem-solving activity with visual and tactile inputs too!

calm down idea - Squishy Marble Maze. Gallon ziplock bag, duct tape, dish liquid, and a marble. roll duct tape so that sticky side is facing out. insert duct tape into gallon bag to create maze. Fill with dish soap, and add a marble.

A fun science experiment you can make with the kiddos! Make these fun Water Marbles using a few simple kitchen ingredients: baking soda, vinegar,and salt!

30 Best Star Gazing Activities and Books

30 Best Star Gazing Activities and Books! You can’t get better than some star themed treats, learning, crafts, and DIY – all immersed in Star Gazing, Constellations. and the Night Sky.

Fairy Garden Play Dough

Fairy Garden Play Dough - Fantastic Fun & Learning-water and sand table a thing of the past bring on the play-doh