I loved this Artsy Ice Experiment from Creative Connections for Kids. They blended science with art (color mixing) and had nature (the summer sun!) do all the dirty work for them. A great summer experiment!
Pre-school Play shared with us that sometimes planned projects take on a life of their own when a preschooler becomes involved. A typical ice cube painting project quickly turned to Ice Cube (Body) Painting when this little one decided to explore her medium. I wish I could paint my body and people think it's cute!
A Salt and Ice Extravaganza came from Praises of a Wife and Mommy. Salt is great for creating crevices in ice chunks. Add some color and you have an artistic chemical reaction!
The Chocolate Muffin Tree took salt and ice exploration one step further and created some lovely, Colorful Ice Sculptures. I love the giant blocks of ice the little cubes and the big cubes created once they melted together.
The Iowa Farmer's Wife: Ice Play (perfect for toddlers!)
Dimples & Giggles: Painting with Colored Ice
Walnut Acre: Farm Animals in Ice
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