For an afternoon of clean, green and science-friendly fun, try making these ice boats with your kids.
Head over to Reading Confetti to find a great recipe for safe and washable frozen sidewalk chalk.
Sneak in some science with these fun ice towers. These are great for a hot summer day (using your freezer) or a cold winter day when you can simply place them outside to freeze!
For a fun and colorful sensory activity, try frozen watercolors with Things to Share and Remember.
Stack colored ice to make your very own ice rainbow. See how it’s done at Sweeter than Sweets.
For a very simple way to keep kids occupied on a hot summer day, try making Learn Play Imagine‘s glowing ice!
Make paint that smells amazing and is a great texture for kids to feel at Growing a Jeweled Rose.
Grab some gloves and give these icy hands some high fives with Happy Hooligans.
While you’re at Happy Hooligans, check out this cool way to artfully melt ice with salt and watercolors.