Welcome to the Activity Corner! Skittle Color Wheel Here is a simple experiment mixing colors. All you need is a little warm water and a bag of Skittles. Place Skittles around edge of a plate, add a little warm water and watch the rainbow begin. Save a few Skittles to enjoy! YUM 😃 APPLES, APPLES, APPLES Apple Leaf Prints Materials: 1 apple Paper towel Washable paint Paper plate Light colored construction paper Steps: Parents cut the apple in half crosswise. Dry off the inside with a paper towel. Pour a small amount of paint onto paper plate. Show your child how to grasp the apple to dip it into the paint. Have him/her press the painted apple onto paper to create a print. The effect will look like a star. Silky, Stretchy, Two Ingredient Play Dough Parents, this is a fun and easy recipe for Play Dough. This recipe takes little time to make and if smells great too! Materials: One bottle of hair conditioner. Box of cornstarch Steps: In a large mixing bowl mix one-cup hair conditioner (scented if you like) and two cups cornstarch. Roll mixture into a ball and have fun! A-mazing-ing Water Drop This slick trick will help your child develop eye/hand coordination and creativity. Material: a cup of water, waxed paper, a toothpick, paper, a pen First, place a pea sized drop of water on a sheet of waxed paper. Next dip a toothpick in water and touch the drop – without touching the waxed paper. Show your child how the toothpick can move the water across the paper. Once your child has had a little practice moving the drop, draw a simple maze or spiral on a piece of paper and slide it under the waxed paper. Let your child use the toothpick to lead the drop of water through the maze. For an older child: Draw letters, numbers, or shapes, and let your child practice moving the drop along the lines.