Today we have the lovely Tammy from Today's Play. She shares with us some impressive and inspiring glow in the dark fun for kids.
Hello, my name is Tammy, from Today’s Play. I am a family home child care provider in Michigan USA. I care for a multi-age group of six children. I would like to thank Amy from Learning and Exploring Through Play for the opportunity to share an activity from our program.
We set up a table and chairs with paper and highlighters and hung a Crayola Widescreen Light Designer for drawing and writing.
Since tonic water in liquid form glows, we decided to experiment with tonic water ice. We also hid some glow in the dark stars in the ice chunks. We used tongs, potato mashers, and pastry cutters to break into the ice.
We made several sensory bottles using our empty tonic water bottles. We filled some with tonic water and glow in the dark items and some with water and liquid laundry detergent, which also glows under black light. We used hair gel, tonic water, fluorescent paint, and glow in the dark spiders in a calming sensory bottle.
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