Creative Child

Ice Sculptures: Inspiring Creativity in Summer

by Rebecca Eanes

The benefits of outdoor play for children has been a trendy topic recently. How can you spend quality time outdoors and still beat the heat this summer? Ice sculptures are a fun way for your child to be creative and cool down when the temperature is rising.

To make these vibrant, colorful ice blocks, I simply added several drops of food coloring to a square muffin pan and froze for approximately 24 hours. Salt holds the ice together for your little sculptor.

Go to the next page to learn how to make frozen ice balls from water balloons.

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