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It’s inexpensive, it smells good, and there are a lot more uses for Kool-Aid than just drinking it! Check out out all these awesome ways to use it, from activities for keeping kids busy to household chores, Kool-Aid can (almost) do it all!




Scrub away toilet bowl stains

Pour one packet of lemon or orange flavored Kool-Aid into your toilet bowl and let it sit for a few minutes. Scrub the bowl with a toilet brush. The citric acid and abrasive texture of Kool-Aid helps to break down and dissolve stains while smelling awesome! Much better than harsh chemicals!


Remove rust stains from concrete

Most of us can relate to these kinds of stains on our patio, garage floor or driveaway. Mix a few drops of water with a packet of lemon flavored Kool-Aid to make a paste. Rub it on to the stained area with an abrasive brush and watch it work wonders!


Color eggs

Never buy an Easter Egg coloring kit again! Kool-Aid comes in a ton of different colors now, and the packets are inexpensive! Mix one packet of your desired color with 2/3 cup of water and gently lower a hard boiled egg into the cup. Let it sit until desired shade of color is reached. We do this every year, and I promise they tuned out beautiful!


Make window clings with Kool-Aid and white glue

Pour Kool-Aid into a bottle of white school glue and mix thoroughly using a thin, long utensil like a chopstick or kebab stick. You can use the new colored glue to create art on canvas or paper, or make designs on stretched plastic wrap (tape down the sides to remove the creases) that can be dried and used as window clings! It smells good too!


Make scented playdough

Mix the following ingredients in a medium pot to make Kool-Aid playdough:
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1/4 cup salt
  • 1 tsp. cream of tartar
  • 1 Tbsp. vegetable oil
  • 2 Kool-Aid packets (same color)
  • 3/4 cup water

Heat the mixture over medium heat, stirring until the dough clumps together and reaches play dough consistency. Repeat the process for each color. Let cool and store in plastic baggies.


Make scented/flavored lip gloss

Heat up one cup of Vaseline in a small microwavable bowl and microwave for about 30 seconds (don’t let the Vaseline turn into liquid). Stir in a small amount Kool-Aid mix and stir well. Experiment with how much Kool-Aid to add. Transfer lip gloss to a small, portable container and enjoy!


Kool-Aid colored pasta

Make pasta extra fun, colorful and smelling great! Just add pasta, water and kool-aid in a baggie, let sit until desired color is reached, rinse, and you’ve got colored pasta!  You can cook as usual and eat it or use for fun art projects!


Make scented bath paints

Get a muffin tin and fill each hole with shaving cream (you can get it for $1 at the dollar store), then mix in different flavors of Kool-Aid into each hole and mix it up. Kids can dip in paint brushes and then paint on the bathtub and tiles while they’re taking a bath!



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Enjoy family-friendly movies for FREE along with discounted concession offerings at any Cinemark Cinema this August 20th!
Net proceeds will support WE.org in providing youth empowerment and service learning programs in the USA!





Cinemark Community Day will feature:

  • FREE family movies at all Cinemark locations starting at 9AM
  • Showtimes begin at 9AM and will be available through 11:30AM. (Will vary by location. Check your local theatre’s showtimes for available times.)
  • Movie selection provided by DreamWorks Animation, Inc.
  • Movie selection at each theatre may include the following family-friendly films: Kung Fu Panda 3, Home, How to Train Your Dragon 2, Madagascar 3, and Shrek.
  • Discounted concession items including: $2 small popcorn, $2 16 oz. soft drinks, and all packaged candy varieties for $2 (While supplies last)


Share this Cinemark Community Day event with friends & family to help spread the word! Enjoy a movie outing while also helping to make a difference.

Showtimes and movie selection will be available to view online at cinemark.com starting August 15th. Complimentary tickets for the select DreamWorks movies, at each theatre, will be available at the theatre box office only. Community Day showtime tickets will be available at each theatre’s box office starting at 8:30AM on August 20th.*

Find a Cinemark Theatre location near you: cinemark.com

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My Kids LOVE visiting The North Pole, the home of Santa’s Workshop!  It’s an enchanting amusement park nestled in the mountains of Cascade, CO, just west of Colorado Springs. If you haven’t been yet, this is a great year to check it out as they celebrate their 60th birthday! My children and I had the opportunity to visit this past week and enjoy the festivities, and we had a blast!




History of The North Pole

On March 10, 1955 an announcement was made that a 25-acre Santa’s Workshop would be built on the slopes of Pikes Peak. The village was to be identical to the one built in Lake Placid, New York, after Life magazine ran a story about it.


The village in New York was designed by Arto Monaco, a former Walt Disney artist. In the 1940s, an 8-year old girl told the artist what she believed Santa Claus’ home and village looked like. Monaco then translated her image of the magical land into blueprints for an actual village. A group of people in Colorado Springs saw the article in Life magazine and felt it could also be successful on Pikes Peak in Colorado Springs.


When the park first opened, it was just Santa and the Village along with craftsmen –there were no rides in the park.


The original investors had enough money to build the North Pole but didn’t have sufficient funds to keep it going, and several investors had dropped out. Two major investors, Art Hertzberger and George Haggard, worked together to keep the park going. By the late ‘60s, Hertzberger sold his part to the Haggard family. The Haggard family continues to run the park to this day; they’ve worked there for three generations.


Since the park opened on June 16, 1956, it has changed from a village of craftsmen to a family amusement park. The North Pole continues to maintain the scenic alpine village of the original park.  In the center of the park is a pole (yes, the North Pole) made of ice that never melts.


The North Pole has always dedicated itself to helping children in need. Operation Toy Lift, initiated at the opening of the park in 1956, brings foster children and their families to the park for a day of fun. This year Santa’s Workshop expects more than 1,200 guests for this event!

My kids favorite rides are the zip line and Tilt-a-Whirl! Everyone at the park is very friendly and helpful, and it’s always fun to pop in for a visit with Santa Claus! Be sure to stop by this year for a day of family fun and the feeling of “Christmas” all year


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For more info please visit their website!

Woohoo! The Summer season is finally upon us, and the 719 has lots of Farmer’s Markets throughout the city where you can take home fresh, local produce! Most markets run May- September.  Check out the list below and find one near you!






Western Museum of Mining & Industry, 225 North Gate Blvd., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. starts on June 22 and runs every Monday and Wednesday through mid-October! Call (719) 488-0880 for more info or visit wmmi.org

Colorado Farm & Art Market

Wednesdays from 3 to 7 PM, June 15th through mid-October 7th, 2016
This year they will be located on the Colorado Springs Pioneer Museum grounds at 215 S. Tejon
Please visit their website for more info

Saturdays at Margarita at Pine Creek, starting June 11th from 9 am – 1pm through October! 7350 Pine Creek Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80919, Phone: (719) 598-8667

Briargate, 7610 N. Union Blvd. (across from Gold’s Gym) Wednesdays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., May 18th through October 19th – springsfarmersmarkets.com

Fountain City Hall Farmers Market
Wednesdays from 3 PM to 7 PM starting June
Fountain City Hall
Please contact Diane Jackson at 719-358-0063 for more info and exact dates

Chapel Hills Mall, Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., June 4th through Oct. 29th For more info visit millerfarms.net

Cordera, Sundays: June 5th through September 25th, 2016 from 11:00 to 4:00 11894 Grandlawn Circle, Colorado Springs springsfarmersmarkets.com

Banning Lewis Ranch, Thursdays, 6885 Vista Del Pico Blvd., 1 to 6 p.m., May 26th through Sept. 29th springsfarmersmarkets.com

Meridian Ranch, Tuesdays:  June 7th through September 27th, 2016 1:00 to 6:00 10301 Angeles Road, Peyton 80831

Pueblo River Walk Farmers Market, Thursdays starting June 23rd at 4 pm

Florence Farmer’s Market: Pioneer park, corner of pikes peak and 3rd street
Florence, CO 81226 June – October Thursdays 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Woodland Park, Hwy 24 and S. West Street Fridays 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., June through September wpfarmersmarket.com

Old Colorado City, Bancroft Park, 2408 W. Colorado Ave., 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., June 11th through Oct. 29th Please call 574-1283 for more info

Monument Hill, 66 Jefferson Street Monument Colorado 80132 Saturdays: May 21st through October 15th, 2016 8:00am to 2:00pm springsfarmersmarkets.com

Downtown Sunday Market at Acacia Park
Sundays 9 AM to 1 PM, June 12th through October 9th
Acacia Park (downtown Colorado Springs_)
please visit their website for more info

Promenade Shops at Briargate Farmers Market
Sundays from 9 AM to 1 PM, June 19th through October 3rd, 2016
1885 Briargate Parkway
Please visit their website for more info





By guest contributor, Arianne VanDerWege





Each summer, kids across the country head off to summer camp to enjoy the outdoors, meet potential lifelong friends and embark on new adventures. There are all kinds of camps out there; day camp, sleep away, traditional, specialty, and more.  With so many camps to choose from, finding the right experience for your child can seem overwhelming. But, with a little research, finding a meaningful summer experience is not as difficult as you might think.

Safety comes first: when selecting a camp, make sure that it is properly licensed. In Colorado, camps are licensed by the Colorado Department of Human Services, and with some exceptions, camps should hold a current license. Requirements of licensing include background checks for staff, staff training, making sure the camp facility is in good repair, and procedures for emergencies. Camps can also be accredited by the American Camp Association. ACA is the educational, professional development and accrediting organization for the camp industry. Camps that volunteer to be accredited by the ACA are reviewed on over 300 standards, which are recognized as industry best practices. In addition to safety, standards address the camp’s philosophy, and program design and quality.

Activities at camp are important, but the camp’s philosophy, goals and outcomes are even more significant. Good camps offer fun and interesting activities. Great camps offer activities designed to build campers’ independence, teamwork and problem-solving skills. Recently, the ACA joined the Partnership for 21st Century Learning, a coalition whose goal is to help children be successful in their personal and academic lives, and as citizens of their community. Whether the focus is on innovation, leadership or community, a camp that has goals for outcomes for its campers provides a more meaningful experience for campers and their families.

Quality camp staff is also key.  Counselors keep kids safe, help them develop friendships, teach new skills, and foster a sense of community. They act as mentors and friends and should be well trained. They should maintain CPR, first aid and activity specific certifications, and have training specific to the camp. The camp’s counselor-to-camper ratio and type of training the staff have are important considerations. You can also get a good sense of what the camp is about by contacting the camp director.  A good director understands the investment and trust that you are placing in them by choosing their camp, will answer your questions, and might be able to provide references from their current or past camp families.

Whether it’s a traditional day camp, sleepaway camp, or specialty camp, there are great camp experiences awaiting your child this summer! With a little bit of research you can set your child up for the best possible experience. A summer of taking in the outdoors, making friends and new adventures is just a few short months away!

Check out our summer camp guide for lots of great summer camp options for your child! 

Looking for somewhere fun to take the family? If you’re tired of the same old restaurants, we’ve got a fun list to check out! When looking for a unique dining experience, atmosphere can be just as important as the food! Check out these fun and inviting themed restaurants and take a break from the ordinary!  The kids will love it!




  1. Casa Bonita (Lakewood)

Casa Bonita is one of those Mexican restaurants that you go to for the atmosphere, and not so much the cuisine. It doesn’t receive rave reviews in the food department, but if you like Mariachi bands, gorillas chasing you, cliff divers diving off of cliffs, caves, palm trees, hidden grottos and darn good Sopapillas, you HAVE to go and check it out.  It’s honestly fun for the whole family!



2. Solo’s Restaurant (Colorado Springs)

Parked in South Colorado Springs is a historic Boeing KC-97 tanker which has been transformed into a dining experience!  If you like planes, you’ll thoroughly enjoy eating a meal in one!

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3. Linger (Denver)

If death and mortuaries are your thing, you may enjoy a meal at Linger…It’s actually known for an amazing menu and drinks, and was once a mortuary that housed the body of notorius William Frederick “Buffalo Bill” Cody! Instead of hiding the building’s macabre past, the restaurant owners decided to embrace it, starting with the iconic sign.  They’ve embraced it’s theme and offer menus shaped like coffins, water served in formaldehyde bottles, and a church pew that serves as a host stand!  We must also mention it has an amazing outdoor deck that has stunning views of the city.




4. The Rabbit Hole (Colorado Springs)

Located in downtown Colorado Springs, this restaurant is actually located underground, and you have to take a narrow staircase to get down. Underneath you will find what only can be described as an Alice in Wonderland themed underground oasis!  It’s truly a unique experience, and their food is fantastic!



5. White Fence Farm (Lakewood)

Known for it’s beautiful country themed grounds, home cooked meals and live music, you don’t want to miss out on an experience at White Fence Farm.  They also have a petting zoo and indoor playground which is great if there’s inclement weather!




6. Downtown Aquarium (Denver)

Dine with the fish at the Denver Aquarium!  You can sit right beside a 50,000 gallon fish tank which is something you don’t get to do every day!




7. The Fort (Morrison)

From their website:  The Fort, an award-winning Denver western restaurant located just southwest of Denver, is one of the nation’s most recognized establishments and sells more buffalo steaks than any other independently owned restaurant in the country. Featuring fine beef, buffalo, game and seafood, The Fort’s menu offers a tantalizing selection of old and new foods from the Early West.


Halloween is around the corner, and you might be asking what fun things there are to do around town? We’ve done all the work for you, and made a handy dandy list of spooktacular Halloween activities in Colorado Springs.  All ages activities have an asterisk beside them. The others are more geared towards teens/parents.




Click on the titles for more info! Enjoy!

1. Hellscream Haunted House


Colorado’s Ultimate Haunted House, is not only one of the scariest haunted houses in Colorado and the Midwest, but one of the Top Haunted Houses in the Nation. For 6 years this intense, cutting edge, multi story, multi attraction haunted event has thrilled and terrified visitors…regularly garnering attention from the likes of NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, and the Colorado Springs Gazette. Named scariest and best in Colorado Springs numerous years by the Colorado Springs Gazette, and named the scariest and most feared Haunted House in Colorado by several websites, and organizations! Created by film, television, and special effects professionals, HellScream is also notable for its custom movie quality special effects, amazing actors, unique themes, and extremely detailed sets. Don’t miss one of America’s best haunted houses…visit HellScream this Halloween season!

  • HellScream Haunted House was named best & scariest Haunted House in Colorado by DenverHauntedHouses.com
  • Best Haunted House in Colorado Springs by the Gazette Scream Team numerous years.
  • Peoples choice award for Best Scare & Best Value in Colorado by “Our Town Live” on 740 KVOR


2. Ghoul’s Gulch Haunted House


Ghouls Gulch is more than just a haunted house company, we are a family. The original members decided to move from home haunters to professionals in 2003 when they emerged in Colorado Springs and teamed with Theatre Works on Dante’s Inferno. Many of our original Inferno techs and cast have been with us since then and are now members of our family. We have watched the cast grow not only into adults but into key members of our team. With each haunt that we do our family grows and we are thrilled. We welcome previous cast and crew back and enjoy reuniting the family as often as possible.

Our family has a wide range of skill sets, from Professional Grave Diggers to Rock and Roll Roadies to Technical Theater Teachers to Electrical Engineers and Computer Scientists to Certified Pyrotechnicians, Airbrush Artists and more. We even have a Therapist to help out when we have messed with our own heads too much.

We are a diverse group and appreciate the uniqueness of the individual. We build haunts because it is our passion and we have fun doing it!


3. **Trick or Treat at the Spook-Out Shoot-Out



4. Dark Matter Bash at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center


The bash is back!

Inspired by our Theater production Wait Until Dark and our art exhibition Springs Surreal, we invite you to unleash the dark side of your subconscious mind at the Dark Matter Bash on Saturday, October 24th.

The mysterious qualities of Dark Matter (unseen celestial phenomena with enormous mass) reflects the unknown, inner depths of the mind that Surrealist artists sought to extract. We dare you to explore how far your imagination can bend and create the most bizarre, surreal costume possible.

Enjoy a consciousness-expanding evening that you’ll never forget.

Tickets: Pre-sale $10, Oct 17-23 $15, $20 at-the-door


5. **Boo at the Zoo





It’ll be all treats and no tricks for your little pirates and princesses at this year’s Boo at the Zoo, the region’s most unique Halloween event. Boo at the Zoo is a fun way for families with young children to trick-or-treat and enjoy Halloween festivities in a safe environment, and all of our candy is made with sustainable palm oil to help protect wild orangutans!

Support the Zoo’s efforts to reduce waste by bringing your own trick-or-treat bag from home!


October 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 30 & 31, 2015


4 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. – with the last ticket sold at 7:30 p.m.

Please NOTE: The Zoo will close early for day visits at 3 p.m. on all seven Boo at the Zoo evenings, with the last ticket of the day sold at 2 p.m. Guests must exit the Zoo at 3 p.m. The Zoo will open for Boo at the Zoo at 4 p.m.


6. **Harvest Fest at Colon Orchards




Saturday, September 26th and Sunday, September 27th

We will be offering our Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch to kids of all ages!

*Unfortunately, due to a freeze Southern Colorado faced earlier this year, we will not be able to offer our U-pick apples.* 

$8.00 for entry to corn maze; includes free pumpkin!

3175 Grandview Avenue, Canon City, CO

Colon Orchards is a 4th generation farm in the heart of the Arkansas River Valley, owned by Mannie Colon and managed by his daughter Britt.


7. **Great Pumpkin Run at Venetucci Farm




The Pikes Peak Community Foundation is excited to present the 10th Annual Great Pumpkin Run at Venetucci Farm.  Come out for a great morning and run, walk, jog or just cheer our runners on!  We will once again offer the Little Pumpkin Fun Run that will include two distances, 400m and 800m, for children 10 and under.  Feel free to wear your Halloween costume and join in on all the fun!


8. **Emma Crawford Coffin Races & Parade


This is what you have been waiting for: the 2015 Emma Crawford Coffin Races! This year marks the 21st annual Emma Crawford Coffin Races. Each year more than 10,000 people come to Manitou Springs for the fun and festive Coffin Races. Teams of five, one Emma and four runners, push their coffins 195 feet to the finish line. The fastest times earn trophies as well as  a chance to win Best Emma, Best Entourage, and Best Coffin. There is even a separate fire department division that competes for their own traveling trophy. The Races start off with a parade of all the coffins and teams as well as authentic hearses at 12:00pm. The races begin with two teams per heat racing for their own time. Awards are announced and handed out after the races at 2:00pm.


9. Emma Crawford’s Wake – Miramont Castle


Out of mourning for dear Emma Crawford’s death in 1889, the Miramont Castle presents Emma’s Wake. Each year the Miramont Castle features a viewing of Emma’s funeral to guests. Enjoy the drama of a 1800 wake with a buffet dinner.

Your admission includes entrance into Miramont Castle, viewing of Emma laid out in the parlour in pure Victorian splendor, a true Victorian Wake, and a large buffet dinner with beverages in the Great hall.

Reservations are required and space is limited. Call 719-685-1011 to reserve your spot.


10. Haunted Mines



The Haunted Mines is an all-volunteer charitable organization that raises money for theWestern Museum of Mining and Industry (WMMI) and other local charities. We do this by producing a professional, thrilling Halloween event for our community’s enjoyment. We teach our volunteers valuable skills that they put to use at our events and carry with them into their adult lives.

We want to be the best Halloween haunted attraction in Colorado. We produce a thrilling and exciting event unlike any other, for adults of all ages and children (ages 13+). We use historical-based scenes and situations from the American West and America’s mining legacy as our backdrop, but with a new twist every year to keep you screaming!


11. Rocky Horror Picture Show at Iron Springs Chateau 


Richard O’Brien’s ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ comes to the Iron Springs Chateau this October!

Live actors performing on the Iron Springs Chateau stage, along with the most popular cult movie sensation in international history playing, will provide an outrageously fun night. Goody bags are free to the first 25 arrivals – and there’s even a costume contest on Friday and Saturday evenings of Halloween weekend for fans who dress up as their favorite character. Come on down to the Chateau…It’s just a jump to the left…and a step to the right…Let’s do the Time Warp again…

This show is sure to sell out — Get your tickets NOW!

This production is rated R – You must be 18 or accompanied with a parent.

REFUND POLICY: Rocky Horror Picture Show Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
PRIVACY POLICY: Customer information is collected for the purpose of processing your order. This information is kept confidential and is not shared.


12. Fright in Falcon Haunted Maze




We are a homeschooling family of 5 who love Halloween, being creative and “Geocaching” … and apparently, THIS is how all those things come together! 🙂

Fright in Falcon 2015

Halloween is almost here, and we’re getting ready for YOU!

We’re working hard to make Fright in Falcon 2015 bigger, better, and yes, even a bit scarier.

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Run with the big dogs (and little ones) and help the homeless animals at Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region during the 7th annual Pawtoberfest fundraiser this Saturday!

 The Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region is expecting to draw more than 1,000 people and raise over $100,000 at its popular pet fundraiser Pawtoberfest on Saturday, September 19, 2015 at Bear Creek Regional Park. All proceeds help fund programs benefiting homeless or abused animals in the Pikes Peak Region.

Bring your family, including four-legged members, to run or walk the 5K course, then head over to the festival and beer garden across the street to celebrate! Try the All Breed Rescue and Training agility course, polka with your pooch, and get your paws on free samples from dozens of pet-friendly companies. Does your pooch give the best kisses? Sign him or her up for the kissing contest! Halloween (or ‘Howl’oween, if you prefer) is just around the corner, so don’t forget to register for the best canine costume for a chance to win great prizes. Food and beer will also be available for purchase, with 100% of the beer proceeds going to HSPPR.


See the course map and register here.


See last year’s Pawtoberfest photos here.


Pawtoberfest race registration gets you a long sleeve T-shirt and a free beer in the beer garden. Help even more homeless animals by asking family and friends to support your run with a donation. You could earn prizes like handless dog leashes, reversible quilted dog jackets, wi-fi pet cameras and more.


Fast Facts



Saturday, September 19, 2015

Rain or Shine




Fun Run

Bear Creek East (near the community garden)

Registration: 8:30 a.m.

Start: 10:00 a.m.



Bear Creek Terrace Main Park (next to the dog park), off of Argus Blvd. and 21st Street

10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.



Adult: $40

Children, 6-12: $20

5 & Under: Free (T-shirt not included)


Register online at pawtoberfest.org before 5 pm on September 17 to avoid higher prices on race day. Registration increases $5.


This year’s Pawtoberfest would not be possible without the support of presenting sponsors Heuberger Subaru, Petco Foundation and Hill’s Pet Nutrition.


Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region is the largest nonprofit animal shelter in southern Colorado. Serving 24,000 animals last year, HSPPR provides adoption options, animal cruelty investigations, subsidized spays/neuters, a Trap-Neuter-Return program for feral cats, and other important services. HSPPR is a local, independent nonprofit that relies on donations from individuals and foundations to fund its many humane programs. For more information, visit www.hsppr.org.





Join us for a fun “toddler” play date at The Little Gym! Check out the details below! Space is limited so complete the form to claim your spot!

When:  Friday, July 24th from 12 – 1 pm

Where: The Little Gym of Colorado Springs
             9625 Prominent Point
Colorado Springs, CO 80924
(719) 447-9153

Ages: 4 mos. – 3 years

Price: FREE!

All children must be accompanied by an adult and waiver must be signed either prior to the event or the day of the event!

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If your kids are like mine, you have probably already heard “Mom, I’m bored” more than a few times this summer!






Raid your pantry, and you might be surprised at how many science experiments are lurking in there (and we’re not talking about potatoes growing eyes either!)

Here are TEN fun and easy  experiments using things you probably already have laying around your kitchen! Why not have “Science Week” at your house and choose one for each day?

Click on the links below for directions. Have fun!

Grow Rock Candy

old fashioned rock candy



Rainbow Celery

Celery Colors


Fireworks in a Jar




Erupting Play Dough Volcano

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Homemade Geyser Using Mentos and Diet Soda




How to Make Edible Paint




Homemade Gak Recipe




Crystal Egg Geodes




Invisible Ink



Glow Water

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