Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Ice Water Balloons

Who Doesn't Love Water Balloons?
I love this picture!
They had such a fun time helping me fill up water balloons.

We filled lots of them up with water and air.
Then we threw some in the freezer too.
They actually loved throwing the frozen water balloons,
and trying to break them.

We talked about the difference in air, water, and ice.
We held the balloons and felt how they were different.
They squoze the "air" balloon until it was totally deflated.
Miss Sassy looks a little deflated too!

I held them off long enough!
We then threw our water balloons!
I think our neighbor is going to be a baseball player!
He had a great arm!

Then, because I can't go a whole week without art...
I brought out the balloons full of paint. :)
I was going for more of a Jackson Pollock feel,
But it was still really fun.
(Next time I'll fill them with sidewalk chalk paint.)
P.S. I filled the paint water balloons with a water squirter from All a Dollar.

11 comments:

  1. What a clever idea about filling them with sidewalk chalk. I never would have thought of that!

    You're such a good mommy!!!

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  2. AWESOME! I have a love for balloons and love the idea of freezing them! Especially for an extra hot day! And painting with them sounds like fun too! Thanks so much for sharing on It's Playtime!

    Jamie

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  3. How fun! I will have totry this when my son gets a little olde- thanks for the great idea!

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  4. This looks like a whole lot of fun.

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  5. That's a lot of fun with balloons! :)

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  6. So fun to make it into an art project at the end. What a great mom you are. I love this idea. Thanks for sharing at art4littlehands.com

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  7. Hi Kate, just wanted to let you know that this post will be featured tomorrow on Mama Pea Pod for the Outdoor Play linky - thanks for sharing!

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  8. Love the splat art! Thank for joining the Water Play Carnival :)

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  9. Looks awesome! And so much fun! Thanks for joining us at High paw! This is featured post this week! :)

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  10. Thanks so much for linking this up to my Summer Fun party! I just showcased it in a Five Fun Ideas with Paint post.

    http://cometogetherkids.blogspot.com/2011/07/five-fun-ideas-with-paint.html

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  11. brilliant idea, kids would have a ball

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Thanks for your great comments!