Friday, August 19, 2011

Crayon Muffins



When my 6 children were little I was always looking for fun craft ideas. Now blogs  have so many great ideas it can boggle the mind. But here is a fun easy craft to do with your pre-schooler.
I told my 5 year old granddaughter that we were going to break a few rules today--but only today.
We had the task to unwrap crayons and break them in small pieces. Crayon pieces were placed in mini muffin pans that had been sprayed with Pam. We mixed and matched colors, excited to see what we would make.

Crayon muffins were baked in a 200 degree over for 10-15 minutes. Watch closely and see the magic happen. Crayons cool quickly and pop right out. What fun we had seeing the color combinations we made. This was a perfect hour activity.
EJ was excited to tell her mom all about our activity. She explained to her mom, "First we had to break some rules".
Linked to Recipe Sharing Monday at Jam Hands

4 comments:

Nedra said...

What a great idea. You can see the happiness in their faces.

Kristine @ JandMs Eye Candy said...

Fun idea!! And you make it sound easy to make! I'll have to attempt it ;) What cute kiddos you have!

I would love it if you added this to our "Strut Your Stuff Sunday" link party!! And of course any other projects you'd like to share!! :) We appreciate it! Thanks for sharing!

Kristine
www.jandmseyecandy.blogspot.com

Inspired by eRecipeCards said...

Oh my, how cute is this... I found you on Jam hands blog hop and will be stealing this activity next time my nieces and nephews visit

shopannies said...

love it