10 Want To Try With The Kids: Activities Featured From The Kids co-op ( and this week link up 7-4)

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On last weeks Kids Co-op found here, I came across several activities that I just couldn’t help but want to try this week.  My oldest even came up to me while looking at the ice cream dough post and said mommy I want to try that.  I smiled and told him mommy did too.  So I went with a must try list this week for my features from last weeks Kids Co-op.  I hope you find a few too.  Also stop and look through some of the fun new ideas linked up this week.
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This Weeks Features 

10 Want To Try With The Kids: Activities Featured From The Kids co-op ( and this week link up 7-4)

1. Glowing ice Paint by Housing A Forest
Glowing Ice Painting


2.  Racing Walnut Mice Kids Craft (from Red Ted Art) by Learn With Play At Home
3. Ice Cream Dough  and Sunday Bar by Finding The Teachable Moments
4.  Kool Aid Ice by Learn Play Imagine 

5.  10 Unconvential Building Blocks Kids Love Guest Post By School Time Snippets on FSPDT

6.  Fairy Mud by Happy Hooligans 
7.  Butterfly Sight Count by JDaniel4’s Mom 
Butterfly Sigh Word Activity
8.  Warmed Spiced Citric Moon Sand by Kids Play Space

9.  Paper Plate Turtle Craft by Le Baby Bakery

It's All About MUD Today! { A collection of mud play activities and alternatives to outside dirt for mud}


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