Sometimes when you have more than one child, it can be hard finding any activities that both of your kids can do together. One activity that is fun and most kids of all ages love is bath time! Because my daughter is one there’s not a whole lot of crafts that she can help her brother with, who is 3. So when it comes to bath time I’m always looking for ways to make it more fun. One of our favorite bath time activities is painting, I have two different recipes that are safe for babies who still tend to put things in their mouth and one for older children. What’s great about doing an art project in the tub is it’s easy clean up, and they can get a bath afterwards.
We’ve been working on upgrading our bathroom and had the new Sterling Prevail bath doors installed this past week. I love the sleek design and the installation was easy! You can see the before and after photo below! The Sterling Prevail doors with the ComforTrack technology are available for both bath doors and shower doors.
For our baby safe version of the Neon Bath Paint click here.
You’ll need the following:
- Shaving Cream
- Muffin Tin
- Neon Food Coloring
Directions: First grab a cupcake pan and fill each circle with shaving cream. Put a few drops of your neon food coloring in the shaving cream. Next mix the colors, the kids love helping with this step and mixing their own color combinations. And finally…let them have some fun in the tub!
As for clean up, the food coloring doesn’t stain at all. And our Sterling Prevail doors make cleaning any bath time art super easy, I just turned on the shower to drain all of the paint and did a quick wipe down of the tub and we were ready for bath time!
Our Sterling shower doors with ComforTrack technology have a cushioned threshold that bends to applied pressure, so that I am able to kneel, sit, or lean on the track, making it easier and more comfortable to bathe my kids, access the shower, or clean the bathing/showering space.
What are some of your kids favorite bath time activities?