DIY | Kid Friendly Glowing Ice Cubes

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If playing with ice cubes is fun, playing with glowing ice cubes is superfun. Here’s how:

You’ll Need

  • Vitamin B-50, 2 capsules
  • Plastic bag (maybe)
  • Wooden Spoon (maybe)
  • Measuring Cup
  • Table Spoon
  • Warm Water
  • Ice Cube Tray
  • Black Light

Instructions

  • B-50 comes in capsules and tablets. If you have tablets, place two of them in the plastic bag, close the bag, and use the wooden spoon to crush them into a fine powder. If you’ve got capsules, just pinch them open and pour the powder into the water as directed in the next step.
  • Fill the measuring cup with warm water, pour in the crushed vitamin B, and stir with the table spoon to dissolve the powder.
  • Fill the ice cube tray with the liquid and place it in the freezer overnight.
  • Pop the cubes out of the tray, turn on the black light, turn off the other lights, and play.

Variations

  • Make glowing ice cube blocks–just combine this DIY project with this one.
  • Make glowing ice cups and bowls by combining this DIY with this one.
  • Play with your glowing ice cubes in a vat of glow water.
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After nearly 30 years working in early learning programs, Tasha now devotes her time to making Explorations Early Learning and Playvolution HQ work, quilting, and taking care of her pet duck, Tape.

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