To parents, summer means having their kids home every day of the week and having to come up with an endless treasure trove of activities. To kids it means staying up late and no school. Kids play for hours past bedtime in the summertime, and these fun glow in the dark recipes are exactly what you need for late summer night fun.
DIY Glow In The Dark Recipes
#1 Glow In The Dark Sidewalk Chalk – this sidewalk chalk turns summer nights into an art extravaganza thanks to plaster of paris and glow in the dark tempera paint.
#2 Glow In The Dark Sand – playing in the sand can be even more fun after the sun goes down with this easy recipe made from epsom salt and glow in the dark tempera paint.
#3 Glow In The Dark Slime – make your own glow in the dark slime with this easy recipe that uses liquid starch and glow in the dark paint.
#4 Glow In The Dark Face and Body Paint – Kids will love decorating their skin (and their friends skin) with this safe glow in the dark body paint made from cold cream and glow pigment color powder.
#5 Glow Balloons – these clever glow in the dark balloons are made using regular balloons and glow sticks.
#6 Glow In The Dark Water Beads (similar to Orbeez) – these awesome glow in the dark water beads are made using clear water beads and non toxic yellow highlighters.
#7 Glow In The Dark Bouncy Balls – these high bouncing glow in the dark bouncy balls are easy to make with a ingredients including glow in the dark paint, white school glue, and borax.
#8 Fairy Glow Jars – this simple craft is made with mason jars and glow in the dark puffy paint.
#9 Glow In The Dark Play Dough – this play dough is more fun after the sun goes down. It’s made using hair conditioner, cornstarch, and glow in the dark paint
#10 Glow In The Dark Bowling – this simple bowling game is made with empty water bottles and glow sticks.
Glow in the dark activities make for some great times for kids and adults. Let the kids help create their favorite project and they will feel even more excited about the end result!