10 Cool weather DIY projects

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  1. DIY water-slide

    DIY water-slide

    When the weather is hot, it's perfect for setting up a simple DIY water-slide. Your kids can spend the the whole day slipping and sliding!

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  2. How to Make Puffy Cloud Candles

    How to Make Puffy Cloud Candles

    You and your child will have so much fun making these candles! A sure hit at any party.

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  3. How to Make Puffy Clouds

    How to Make Puffy Clouds

    These whimsical clouds are just so fun to make and hang around the house. Your kids will love them!

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  4. R is for Rain

    R is for Rain

    If your kids love to water color, have them create these fun, educational water color letters while you talk to them about where rain...

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  5. Rain Stick

    Rain Stick

    Teach your kids about the importance of rain and the water cycle while they make these colorful, fun-to-make, rain sticks. This is a nice way...

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  6. While away the days of summer.... with an Air Tent!

    While away the days of summer.... with an Air Tent!

    Take a vacation in your backyard, front yard or living room with a nifty hideaway made from two sheets and an electric fan.

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  7. Making Rain

    Making Rain

    What does it take for rain to fall? Is it possible that we can create the conditions for rain ourselves? Let's find out!

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  8. Metapec Clay Suns

    Metapec Clay Suns

    Suns have often been a big part of many different cultures and celebrations--suns in Mexican folk art represent life cycles, positivity, and flourishing nature. People...

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  9. Ice Towers

    Ice Towers

    Here's some winter fun that can be made entirely by the kids... building + painting = creativity--and lots of fun!

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  10. Make a Tornado in a Jar

    Make a Tornado in a Jar

    My silly scientists had a blast with this hands-on experiment! We used mason jars and plastic water bottles to make our own mini tornadoes....

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