Corn Starch Experiment: Making Magic Mixtures

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This is a very easy experiment for kids that also helps with sensory building. This corn starch experiment uses items you probably already have in your kitchen making it a perfect last minute and cheap activity for kids. How to make this Corn Starch Magic: Supplies: Corn Starch Water Measuring Cup & Spoons bowls (clear is best) Step 1. Pour 1 cup of corn starch in each bowl Step

Quick and Easy Personal Pizzas

Here is a fun diner that we made this week. The kids were very involved because it was fun and easy! And it was a cheap dinner idea Ingredients: 2 cans biscuits (I used Walmart Brand) Pepperoni Shredded Cheese 2 8ounce cans Tomatoe Sauce Seasoning (I used an Italian blend) Step 1: Press out each biscuit so that each lays then Step 2: Pour tomatoe

Making & Selling Lemonade For A Cause

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Last week I shared with you the mission of Sunkist and Take a Stand for Charities. I told you about the online tools to prepare for a lemonade sale such as poster, recipes, and pricing tracker are available for a free download. And because sometimes it’s just more fun to have an “official” lemonade stand for selling, Sunkist is releasing new, limited edition 2012 stands

Host an Ice Cream Birthday Blast Party (Even the Kids Can Do This!)

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This weekend I had the pleasure of putting together a birthday party for my brother and my sister in law. They are amazing people and deserved an awesome party. Something beyond party pats and streamers. With money tight and time and energy even tighter I had to come up with something new and extraordinary. And I did…well I think it was awesome! I had to share