Glow in the dark anything is super fun, and yet many think they are restricted to just those few glow in the dark commercial products, which is not true. There are tons of diy glow in the dark kid fun things you can make that are easy and everyone is going to love.
Let’s begin with bubbles:
Almost every kid loves blowing bubbles, but usually this is done in the day when they can see them. Well now they can enjoy some bubble fun at night with some glow in the dark bubbles.
Glowing Bubble Recipe
Check this out for the full directions
Balloons that glow:
If you are thinking of a night party or sleep over for the young ones then you are really going to impress them with these glow balloons
Click on the link for how to.
For another nifty night time game how about glow in the dark bowling. All you have to do is purchase some glow sticks, and put them in bottles of water.
Here is what that is going to serve both day and night. We know the kids love to play with sidewalk chalk. So get them to make their works of art in the day time using glow in the dark chalk, and then they will be full of anticpation waiting for night to see it glow.
Glow in the Dark Chalk
Are you looking to bring some added excitement to family night? Consider letting the kids go outside and create glow in the dark designs that are out of this world. Or maybe you have chalk boards or chalk board walls? This is a fun way for the kids do create glowing designs without having to be outside after dark.
- 1 cup plaster paris
- 5-6 teaspoons glow in the dark paint
- 1/2 cup water
- ice cube trays or other molding containers
- petroleum jelly
Be sure to visit linda sarhan for the directions for this chalk and some other great glow in the dark ideas.
Kids love to paint and when they can paint with glow in the dark it is even more fun. Painting pasta has always been a favorite and this project makes it extra special when they can turn their pasta creations into glow in the dark jewelry
There are several different types of glow in the dark paint that you can buy on the market, or you can make your own.
Things You’ll Need
- Luminous zinc sulfide
- Clear, water-based paint medium
- Containers to hold paint
- Non-metallic mixing bowl
Go to ehow for the full instructions