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This 3 D Chalk Recipe is a great way to get creative and get kids outside! It is a fun kids activity that will keep kids creative all summer long. If you are looking for more boredom busting ideas check out all our summer crafts and activities ideas to keep kids active and entertained this summer! The best craft bloggers are sharing fun kids crafts! From Craft Sticks Bracelets to DIY Butterfly Net you will find fun creative ideas!
I’m Allison and I blog over at A Glimpse Inside. I am thrilled to be here at Skip to my Lou today!
My oldest is only 2, and JUST turned 2 at that, so she is just now starting to get to the age of doing fun activities and I wanted to gear my summer activity towards those of you with young kiddos like her but kiddos of all ages will enjoy it.
Today, I am sharing a recipe to make your very own 3D Chalk!
It is super fun and so easy to make!
Here is how you can make some for your kids to enjoy.
-1/2 cup of Cornstarch
-2 tablespoons of Four
-1/4 cup of water
-Baggies or bottles
Begin by placing the 1/2 cup of Cornstarch and 2 tablespoons of flour into a bowl and mix with a fork.
Then place about 6 drops of food coloring into the cornstarch/flour mixture along with the 1/4 cup of water.
Mix well together until a thick paste is formed. If your mixture is very dry, slowly add a little water until the mixture is like thick paste.
Pour your mixtures into a baggie for older kids or squeeze bottles for younger kids.
I cleaned out some old acrylic paint bottle and put the chalk inside. Worked much better for Miss P than teaching her how to hold and squeeze the baggie.
If using the baggie, just cut the tip of one of the corners off to use. You could even place in a frosting bag and use frosting tips for you kids to get real creative with!
Then head outside and have fun!
You can make all sorts of fun designs and even layer the colors on top of each other.
Or just let your small kiddos be little Modern Art artists.
You can even let the chalk dry for a few minutes and then pick it up!
It is almost like silly putty so you can make balls with it and combine the colors before it fully dries.
To clean up, just rinse off with water.
And don’t worry if it gets all over your child’s clothes! It just wipes right off and if any color is left behind, it will come out in the wash.
I hope you make some this summer for your kids to enjoy!
It really is loads of fun!
Hi! I’m Allison! I am the author of the blog, A Glimpse Inside. I am an Army wife and momma to two little girls and I love to keep sane by getting my craft on! I love to craft, scrapbook, paint, take photos, go thrift shopping, and more! I write about my our military adventures (we’ve moved A LOT), my crafty endeavors, and our everyday life. I would love for you to come check out my corner of the bloggy woods and hang out with me on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram as well! 🙂