These scented finger paints are easy to make and are a lot of fun to play with. Kids of all ages will love discovering the different scents of these paints as they create beautiful pictures and designs. Using finger paints is also a great way to help develop creativity, motor skills, and hand-eye coordination in younger children.
During the Week of Wellness at AromaTools™, Stephanie Pearson came to teach a class on using essential oils during pregnancy and labor as well as using oils to help care for yourself and your baby afterward.
Snack-time can be an important part of the day whether you are a kid or not. It’s a time of replenishing energy and can also be a fun way to take a break. These frozen yogurt bites make a refreshing snack, not only because they are yummy, colorful, cold, and bite-sized, but also because they are healthy! Kids will love them, and you may be tempted to eat a number of them yourself! This snack has been both kid-approved and adult-approved.
It’s cold outside, and kids can only play out in the snow for so long; so it’s time to find some inside activities to keep them entertained. Why not try out this essential oil slime? By combining slime with essential oils, it becomes a sensory experience for touch and smell, which can help improve brain development in children!
Essential Oil–Scented Bubbles Servings: Yield = 8 oz. | Time: 10 minutes active; 12–24 hours inactive | Difficulty: Easy Ingredients: 3/4 cup water (Distilled water works best, but tap water can be used as well.) 1/4 cup unscented dish soap …
You will love this fun idea for making essential oil–scented rice bunnies! These darling bunnies are perfect for including in children’s Easter baskets, using as an Easter decoration, or for warming like a heat pack and giving to a child before bed as a warm, snuggly friend.