Monday, June 11, 2012

Salt, Chalk & Popsicles

Every Wednesday, our local library will be doing activities for the kiddos as part of their Summer Reading Program. This past week they did sand art. I guess it's technically salt art?

We took salt and poured it on a paper plate.
Then took the big chunky sidewalk chalk and rubbed it on
the salt until it mixed with it and colored it.
Pretty technical stuff, I know.
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Just like the colored sand, they layered their colored salt into plastic bottles.
The little girl missed out on this activity because she was at her aunt's.
I think we may buy the stuff and do this at home as well.
Just soooooo messy! 
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I love those little chubby fingers. He wants to do EVERYTHING himself.
And in the top right photo... just below this, look at the tongue.
He's concentrating.
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And then there were popsicles....
YESSSSSSSS!!!!
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 then, she {snapped}  Chubby Cheeks Thinks

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7 comments:

  1. What fun activities!!!!!!! Love it!

    Thanks so much for joining us today- so happy to have you!

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  2. I used to love this activity when I was younger! I have yet to do this with my little one! Yeah you got to love that tongue hangin' out of his mouth; too funny! Great captures!

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  3. How neat, I love this!! Looks like fun...

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  4. great idea for the kiddos! and popsicles are always a plus ;)

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  5. That looks like a great time! I love summer reading programs.

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  6. That's so cool! I didn't know you could make colored chalk that way!

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