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Instant Ice

You will need: -Bottles of purified water -Ice -Bowl *Place a couple of extra bottles in the freezer, incase they ice over*. Here’s how you do it: -Place your bottles in the freezer for about 2 hours (timing is critical, so make sure to keep an eye on it). -Remove the water bottles from the fridge ensuring that they are still in a liquid state. -Place ice in your bowl and GENTLY open the bottle of water and SLOWLY pour the water on top of the ice. Watch the magic!! Water freezes at 32 degrees F, right? Yes and no, When water freezes, it needs a nucleus in order for the solid crystals to form and start to become ice. Water...

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Under the Sea Sensory Squish Bag

1.5 minutes, clear hair gel with 1 drop of blue food coloring, a ziplock bag, tape and some stickers is all you need to make this super cool Sea squish bag! My 2 year old and my 5 year old love this. When I'm making dinner I will sit my 2 year old down with this sensory bag and it will keep her busy for at least half an hour (enough time for a glass of wine and dinner prep ;) . See the attachment on this bog post for the fisherman/boat template. Don't forget to tag me on Instagram: @happi_crafts or Facebook: Happy if you do this so I can see how cool yours came out! xo!

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Water Fireworks Mermaid

Here’s a really cool way to use paper silhouettes against a water and food coloring background! It’s really fun and super easy.. all you have to do is print a silhouette , use a scissor or a razorblade to slice our the silhouette and tape or lightly glue the image to a vase filled with water. Then drop in some food coloring and watch the magic!

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