Katelyn from Domestic Charm made this
great Glow-in-the-Dark Slime.
Click here for ingredients and directions!
Maniac World has a video demonstrating how to make glow-in-the dark Mtn. Dew.
Update: According to a reader, this is a hoax. Sorry!
(Note: I do not recommend anything else on this site.)
Amy from Living Locurto came up with this
great idea for Food Painting.
Mix milk and food coloring and use it to paint marshmallows and popcorn. How fun is that for little kids?
Like how you retracted the idea of glow in the dark MT. Dew saving people time, if the didn’t want to go with black lite as some suggested, I don’t want to get a black lite, I’m on a limited and don’t have a place to set that up, I’m keeping your blog around
Thanks Lori! I try to check the facts before publishing, but missed this. Glad you’re here.
yeah I don’t have a blog I’m new to pintrest, but I need to check many early pins to make sure they actually have links, looking lately I’ve found many may be old and no longer exist, I don’t want that for people who follow me, now that I know what pintrest is about, good luck I’m a mom of 6 grown children and now primary caretaker or what I call grandma mom, for three of my grandchildren ages 3, 9, 12, Wish they had this when mine were young especially because I had one that was autistic, that was interesting back then it was all moms fault, and not much help and 3 with auditory learning disability, that the my autistic son had too, now 2 of my grandchildren that I raise has too, but at least I have dad’s help when he’s not working.
Apparently Tonic water is supposed to glow when used with black light.
That’s what I’ve heard as well. Actually I’ve seen them use tonic water on a cupcake show, as well as a learning show. It did not glow in the plain old dark, it had to be a black light, but it did indeed glow.
The Mountain Dew glow-in-the-dark craft is a hoax 🙁
I tried the Mountain Dew ‘trick’ a few times and get it to do anything. Anyone else have any luck?
Tried it twice. Thought the baking soda wasn’t fresh enough the first time, but even with brand new ingredients it didn’t work for us either…
Wished I’d have seen Michelle’s post…
Therese Behnke says
These activities look really fun. I am going to try the slime with some of my very active 3rd and 4th graders.
I love the food painting idea! My kids will love this!
I wish I had thought of this when my kids were younger! 🙂