Who knew a boring white T-shirt could provide hours of fun? One way is to break out the tie-dye. Inexpensive kits are available at Michaels and other craft stores. Or you can make your own using unsweetened Kool-Aid. You’ll also need to combine each pack of Kool-Aid (separated into plastic bowls by color) with one ounce of vinegar. Using rubber bands, pull and twist T-shirt into different shapes. Dip rubber-banded ends in bowls (make sure you wear gloves or your hands will stain). Let set for 24 hours before washing. Wash separately the first time. You don’t have to stick to T-shirts. Beach towels, socks and bandanas are fun projects.
Add a little chill to a hot summer day with a frozen T-shirt game. Fold and freeze some T-shirts – the first person to get it on wins. The good news is this game requires very little prep and keeps kids occupied for a long time.
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