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Home made chalk (that bubbles!)

in a bowl mix baking soda with just enough water to make it like a plaster then add in some food coloring of Ur choice. Place into molds and let dry for 48 hours....(I only did 24 hours and the chalk fell apart little to easy)
note you can hide little toys in the chalk then let it be a surprise when ur kids use the chalk...You can also use vinegar and once ur kid/kids are done making art spray it with the vinegar to watch it bubble!


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