February 23, 2012
Clorox Clean-Up Recipes for Fun
I wanted to tell you about a fun site called Clorox Clean-Up Recipes for Fun. They have many cute ideas for fun in the following categories: Wacky Science, Arts and Crafts, Kiddie Cooking, and Creative Cooking. There are many ideas I want to try.
These are some of the Recipes for Fun I saw:
Wacky Science: Volcanic Eruption, Bouncing Eggs, Bending Straws, and Disappearing Ink.
Have fun and learn about science at the same time.
Arts and Crafts: Awesome Play Dough, Homemade Cards, Candy Necklace, and Pinecone Birdfeeders.
Let them express their artistic sides!
Kiddie Cooking: Crescent Dogs, Going bananas, Easy Tortilla Pizza, and Kids Trail Mix.
Foods kids will love to make and eat!
Creative Cooking: Egg in a Hole, Crystal String, No Bake Cookies, and Quick Peach Cobbler. Mostly Mom Made treats for kids. (mmm…..)
I remember making No Bake Cookies the first time in Home Ec class. Do they even teach that in schools anymore? My kids haven’t had a Home Ec class yet, but they are learning about ionic bonds! At school they didn’t learn how to sew on a button or cook an egg, but they can multiply fractions. But I digress….
I have a very easy recipe that kids love:
Pigs in a Blanket
Wrap hot dogs or Vienna sausages in Pillsbury roll dough and bake as listed on the dough package.
I told you it was easy!
Also Clorox is having an Ultimate Mess Party Sweepstakes. You can sign up for a chance to win $10,000 toward an Ultimate Mess Party. You could win just by registering or sharing a recipe. You can get a coupon for $1.00 off Clorox® Clean-Up®. If you share a recipe you will receive 10 extra grand prize entries. Also, you have a chance to win instantly everyday. You could instantly win a FREE Clorox® Clean-Up® coupon or a $100 gift card by just viewing recipes. “NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Legal residents of the 50 United States (D.C.) 18 years and older. Ends 3/27/12.”
Check out all the fun ideas and enter the sweepstakes on Clorox Clean-Up Recipes for Fun. Now my kids won’t have a reason to complain about how “bored’ they are.
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