Melting Ice with Salt and Watercolours – a colourful science experiment for kids! For your convenience, I’ve included Affiliate links in this post. When you shop through these links, I receive a small commission from any purchases you make. Thank you! I appreciate your support! The hooligans and I
A salt and ice activity – winter science for kids! Here’s a simple salt and ice activity to do with the kids on a winter day. Freeze up some ice and give the kids some salt, and watch what happens. I was inspired to make our frozen hands when
Dino Dig: Melting ice with salt and water. Science, water play, and fine motor development all wrapped up in a fun, icy activity! Last year, we played around, melting ice with salt and water, with our Ice Age Bin which completely captivated the hooligans for well over an hour.
building with coloured ice cubes in the snow I’m really excited to share today’s activity with you! We were building coloured ice sculptures in the snow! Now, we’ve played with coloured ice in the snow before, but THIS… I’ve always wanted to do something like this with coloured ice, but
A basin of frozen water is perfect for a Polly Pocket Ice Skating Party! Temperatures are falling here, and we awoke today to find a layer of ice over the pond and our bird-bath frozen solid! Score!! I carefully lifted ice out of the bird-bath and moved it to the
Ok, I’m so excited to share this activity with you, Mamas! This Ice-Age Bin is super-simple to put together, will cost you nothing, and, it’s going to keep your little ones busy for a good, long time! It’s funny how we ended up doing this today: back in the
Want to add colour and interest to your every day winter play? Freeze a few trays of coloured ice cubes for your children to play with in the snow! A few weeks back I filled a few trays with water and food colouring, glass beads and sparkly crafting odds