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A quick and easy way to make bath time fun using household ingredients.


Material

  • 1/4c Corn flour
  • Baby shampoo
  • Food dye

Method

  1. Pour corn flour into a bowl.
  2. Slowly add shampoo until you get a paint like consistency.
  3. Divide mixture into containers. I use an ice cube tray
  4. Add a small amount of food dye into each container. Stir to mix
  5. Take into the bath tub with pain brushes and have fun.
  6. Give the child a sponge and the clean up can be part of the fun too

Notes

I find this very helpful to get my pre-schooler into the bath when she is refusing to have one. It works every time.




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    • 13 Mar 2014
      12:33 pm

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  • I’m liking the bath paint ideas

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  • Definitely looks like lots of bath time fun, I’m not so sure on how easy the clean up will be though. Flour and moisture usually makes glue

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  • Fun and cleaning that is the way to go

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  • Bath time paint is utterly fabulous!

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  • Such a cool idea. I’ve never seen it before!

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  • here are the nice colours

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  • An ingenious idea; thanks for sharing!.

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  • This is a great idea; thanks for sharing and I look forward to giving it a try!.

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  • this is another great version of ingredients. thanks for posting this for the mums

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  • Bath paints are a great idea !!


    • The cleaning part afterwards I don’t look forward too

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  • A simply brilliant idea for bath time.

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  • We tried this today and the kids had a ball. My four year old loved it so much he is begging me to do it again tomorrow. It was very easy to clean up. The bath water was a pretty awful colour by the end though!

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  • kids would have so much fun playing around with this, thanks for sharing

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  • Sounds like fun! Not sure about the mess though!!


    • Messy play is some of the best play – good for creativity.

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  • I’ve often wondered if bath paints using food colouring leave colour on the kids (since it always hangs around for days on my hands when I use it for cooking!) Great to hear it doesn’t.
    Will give this a go!

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