This was a recent post I did for the Jax Moms Blog about Big Kids & Booster Seats. I learned a lot from my recent car seat check, you can read all about it here.
My last tip for using your sand & water table. Making your own dinosaur eggs is easy, they just take a few days to dry, so plan accordingly. Check out my full post at the Jacksonville Moms Blog of the recipe.
We love big bubbles and we cannot lie. Fill your water table with bubble solution to beat the summer blues. Check out other ideas over at the Jacksonville Moms Blog.
This is my favorite use of the water table. Because they have a plug at the bottom to drain water, they make great coolers for drinks. Check out some other fun ideas for your water table at Jacksonville Moms Blog.
Having a garage sale soon? Set the kids up with some snacks in the water table. Read more ideas for your Sand & Water table at the Jacksonville Moms Blog.
We love squishy stuff around here, why not fill your water table with squishy? Read more ideas for your water table at the Jacksonville Moms Blog.
Hate playdoh inside the house? Use your water table and send it outside. Read more fun ideas at the Jacksonville Moms Blog.
Fill your table with beans! Read more fun things to do with your Sand & Water Table over on the Jacksonville Moms Blog.
Here's one of the crafts I posted for the Jacksonville Moms Blog. You can click here to view all the crafts & activities I posted for them.
While my 7 year old wasn’t very interested in the cutesy crab and jellyfish, he was very interested in making a sea urchin. I highly recommend you use washable markers for this project because it gets all over the kids’ hands.
Supplies: Playdoh, Toothpicks, Markers
Directions: Start by using your marker to color the toothpicks. Roll your playdoh in a big ball and add your sea urchin spines. We allowed ours to dry for a few days until it was hard. This would also be fun to do with clay.