Links We Love: Science Projects, Cute Crayons and Motherhood In Six Words

Wondering what to do/make/buy this weekend? Get inspired by these ideas from some of our favorite bloggers, cooks and crafters...

Need a fun rainy-day activity for your kiddos? Try this color science project from Delightful, which requires just an ice cube tray, dropper, water and food coloring. Simple. Colorful. Fun.

Watching your kids play with bugs won't gross you out when the "bugs" are actually these Bug Scribblers 2nd Chance Crayons from JugieBee Crayons. (Not into creepy crawlers, even when they're made from eco-friendly soy wax? Choose from one of the many other scribbler shapes available.)

We can't get over cute these "doodle desserts" ideas compiled by Living Locurto. Edible-ink markers -- so cool!

Commercial pinatas can be hard to break -- and let's face it, it's not exactly safe to have a bunch of 4-year-olds wacking at a moveable object with sticks. (It's all fun and games until, well... you know.) So we're loving this homemade, pull-string version from Young House Love. Bonus: It's cheap to make!

Could you describe motherhood in six words? Check out the ingenius Six-Word Momoirs Contest from the New York Times' Well blog. (Be sure to scroll down for the winners -- they're guaranteed to make you smile.)

We're always on the hunt for ways to organize our stuff, so we're psyched about these 30 products to help tackle clutter from iVillage.


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