We dialed a rotary phone,
listened to music off an 8-track tape,
watched a black and white TV with foil on rabbit ear antennas,
used a pay phone, and went through the entire day without
taking a picture of ourselves.
If you’ve seen the look of pure bliss on the face of a 6-year-old splashing in a puddle, you know that a little mess can bring a lot of joy to a kid. The truth is that getting wet or sticky is also a component of healthy development for children.
What’s better than a craft activity to cool off the kids on a hot summer day? The Ice Pop Painting craft is both fun and refreshing! You probably already have the ingredients on hand: a few drops of food coloring, water, an ice cube tray, and a few short popsicle sticks. Even better, the kids can get multiple entertaining activities out of this craft.