Young and old alike, no one can resist the wonderfulness of glow in dark. Add a blacklight and you have an instant party, right? Well, we’ve rounded up 20 of the most fun glow in the dark activities for kids. Try one, try all 20. I guarantee you’ll have just as much fun as your kids!
Glow in the Dark Ideas for Kids
1.) Glowing Bottle for Bedtime
Needing something to help calm your active but not-yet reading children as they drift off? This is your answer.
2.) Glow Balloons
Adding a glowstick to a balloon ensures hours of fun!
And then, what if, you added the glow balloons to bathtime? Fun mom for life!
A fun craft for day, a soothing addition to your night.
5.) Glow in the Dark Constellation Jar
Bring the Big Dipper into your bedroom with this fun craft.
6.) Galaxy Jar
Hold the Milky Way in your hands, all from the comfort of home.
7.) Glow in the Dark Shirts (for the 4th)
Fourth of July will be here before you know it, so create this fun shirt for both day and night.
What kid wouldn’t want to take a glow in the dark bath??
What boy or girl wouldn’t want this as a fun addition to playtime?
10.) Glowing Glue
Create amazing, unique creations with nothing more than two ingredients.
11.) Glowing Rice
Light up your sensory bin with a unique, captivating spin on the normal.
Create an extraordinary, game-changing sensory experience with fluorescent water.
13.) Glowing Water Beads
What if you soak water beads in your glowing water? Check this out!
14.) Glow in the Dark Window Clings
Personalize your home – or kids’ bedroom – with this fun do-it-yourself craft.
15.) Glow in the Dark Yard Game
Let the kids stay up past their bedtime to enjoy this outdoor glow in the dark fun.
16.) Glow in the Dark Tic Tac Toe
Inside or out, turning this classic game into a fun glow in dark version will create loads of fun.
17.) How to Make a Glowing Volcano
Why make a normal science experiment when you can make it glow?
18.) Glow in the Dark Bouncy Balls
Take the fun long into the night with glowing bouncy balls!
19.) Glowing Bath Paint
Shaving cream and fluorescent paint make for tons of bathtime fun!
A fun way to explore the liquid densities of oil and water, or in this case, ice. Learning and play combined!