Glow in the dark activities are such a great (but underrated) option when it comes to simple sensory activities! Today’s Share It Saturday features are glow in the dark activities for the kiddos! Personally, I think they’d be fun for adults to try out, as well. Which one would your children like the best? I think the slimes would be a huge hit here at home!
glow in the dark activities to try tonight
Make glow in the dark slime like Playdough to Plato.
Explore the alphabet with Mom Inspired Life’s glow in the dark sensory bin.
Put together glow in the dark play dough with silly string from Sugar Aunts.
Try Coffee Cups and Crayons’ recipe to make glow in the dark sidewalk chalk.
Make a glow in the dark sensory sink, like Still Playing School – she has links to even more glow in the dark activities!
Wow the kiddos with a creepy (or not-so-creepy) glow in the dark sensory bottle from Fun at Home with Kids.
See how Fantastic Fun and Learning used glow sticks to play and learn.
Whip up a batch of Growing a Jeweled Rose’s glow in the dark neon rice.
Let the children build with cardboard tubes and glow bracelets, like Inner Child Fun.
Create glow in the dark pumpkin slime party favors like Learn-Play-Imagine.
Now that you’ve checked out some fun glow in the dark activities, be sure to see what other awesomeness is linked up below.
Check out what my co-hosts are sharing this week – Teach Beside Me, Sugar Aunts, Chestnut Grove Academy, and Natural Beach Living. If you’re a blogger, please be sure to link up your FALL ideas! We’ll be featuring them across our sites in the upcoming weeks.
Fall Craft Materials
This list is full of so many great glow-in-the-dark activities for your students. They're perfect for Halloween time.
With all of these wonderful activities in your fall plans, you might want to keep some other fun fall-themed materials on hand. Here are my suggestions (I may get commissions for purchases made through links in this post):
- Mini pumpkins
- Pumpkin seeds
- Food coloring
- Acrylic pumpkins
- Pumpkin confetti
- Coffee filters
- Construction paper
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