20 Activities Using Water: Kid's Co-op

My kids LOVE playing with water.  And I love that it's nontoxic, entertaining, and free!  The last two Kid's Co-op link parties were full of fun and educational ways to use water:


CREATE:
These clever moms have used water and a few other simple materials to help their kids create beautiful art.
Tissue paper water art at Blog Me Mom
Creating colorful icicles at Housing a Forest
Gelatine suncatchers at Triple T Mum
Painting with ice cubes at Princesses, Pies, & Preschool Pizzazz

LEARN:
These posts are great examples of how fun and learning can take place without anything fancy.
Valentine candy science at Inspiration Laboratories
Ice cube color mixing at Moms Have Questions Too
Water dropping at Tutus and Tea Parties
Musical Maths at Laughing Kids Learn
Absorption and color mixing at The Boy and Me (no image)

PLAY:
I love these ideas for educational ways to have fun with water.
Waterfall water game at Lessons Learnt Journal
Glittery ball bottles at No Twiddle Twaddle
Beach sensory sink at Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails

And here are some of our favorite activities with water playing the starring role:
Natural ice boats
Tornado in a jar
Ice letter hunt
Disappearing letters

I Spy snow globes
Snow spray paint
Making bath time more fun
Cloud experiment

I've pinned these to the Kid's Co-op Pinterest Board (and you can find a featured button on my buttons page if you'd like one.)

Thanks so much to everybody who linked up last week!  Can't wait to see what you've got this week!
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7 comments:

  1. Love the water theme! So many great ideas to try. Thanks for sharing our candy heart science!

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  2. thanks for sharing our sensory sink:-)

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  3. Thanks for featuring our Colorful Icicles! Great round up!

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  4. Thanks for hosting . . . now I'm off to check out some fun ideas! :)

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  5. Thanks for the water ideas round up!

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  6. I love all of these ideas! Thanks for featuring our ice cube color mixing activity.

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  7. Wow - what a fun roundup! Thanks for sharing and linking up to TGIF =-)

    Have a great week!
    Beth

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