Nicole Snyders
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Best Ever No-Cook Play Dough Recipe!

no-cook play dough recipe- The Imagination Tree 2 cups plain flour (all purpose) 2 tablespoons vegetable oil cup salt 2 tablespoons cream of tartar Up to cups boiling water (adding in increments until it feels just right) food colouring (optional)

Organize all the kids'€™ crayons with bright patterned tins for the classroom.

Store your little ones’ new school supplies in style with this Rainbow Crayon Organizer idea. Plus, it’s a great way to express their creativity through fun patterned paper!

DIY crayon candle00*2 boxes of crayons (I didn’t use the browns, grays, or blacks) *mason jar (I pictured two thinking I had enough crayons for both but didn’t) *Waxed wick (found that at Hobby Lobby) **Preheat oven to 200 degrees.** Make sure and pack the crayons in so you leave as little open space as possible. This really isn’t that important if you don’t plan to melt the crayons

DIY Crayon Candle ~ 2 boxes of crayons in mason jar w/ waxed wick (found @ Hobby Lobby) ~ Preheat oven to degrees. Pack the crayons so you leave as little open space as possible. (This really isn’t that important if you don’t plan to melt the crayons.

This recipe for jam tarts is easy for children of all ages to be involved with baking and provides them with plenty of opportunities to learn a range of new skills.

Baking is always a good way to get the kids involved… this easy peasy jam tart recipe are great for children of all ages, mums love it too!