Your kids are sure to enjoy these fun glow in the dark crafts! These fun crafts are all easy to make with simple materials. And, they all come out SUPER cool. From soap to poop (yup, you read that right) and everything in between, we have a little something for everyone!
Bring the moon indoors with this fun and simple puffy paint moon craft. Make your own glow in the dark puffy paint, with our easy puffy paint recipe. Pair it with a book about the moon for literacy and science, all in one!
Are you looking for a mess free sensory activity for your child? We all know that sensory play is important and necessary for a child's development, but sometimes because of our situation or season in life, we need to keep activities more contained. This Glow in the Dark Sensory Bottle certainly fits the bill. You can make it ahead of time, and watch as your child delights while it glows.
No spooky Frankenstein – but a funny one with a nose that glows in the dark. Kids can handle most of the craft on their own, though there is also an adult only step. Craft, play and decorate with Frankenstein.
These fun lanterns are so quick to make, have gorgeous bright colours. The kids will like to make these in the summer so they can decorate the garden and play tents. Best of all, you only need a handful of things to make these lovely glow stick lanterns and the bottles you can just re-purpose from out of the recycling bin.
The kids will love creating these space themed paintings and they look great both in the dark and in the light. Let them paint the picture with the lights on, and once it is finished and dry, take a look at its glowing transformation.
A glow in the dark name bracelet is a great craft for church – Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, or other children’s church activities. Use it in a Bible lesson to help kids remember they are the light of the world and they are to show others the light.
These paper cup spiders are not only an inexpensive Halloween decoration that you can make with your kids but also a fun and easy craft. They are made from paper cups, have colorful googly eyes and pipe cleaner legs. Still, their cutest feature is the tealight candle nose that makes the spiders glow in the dark.
Soap making is a fantastic crafting project for older kids, tweens and teens. As long as they are old enough to safely use a microwave, they can make these amazing soaps. Unlike many crafts, we really enjoy making items that have a purpose and function. It teaches kids that they can make something of value, that can be used.
Making slime is an awesome activity for kids! This is an easy and fun recipe that uses just three ingredients which are saline solution, baking soda, and clear glue. The kids will enjoy helping make it and then playing with it!
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