Thursday, April 26, 2012

30 Ways to Play with Shaving Cream

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In honor of our FAVORITE messy play ingredient, I have compiled a list of 30 fun things to do with shaving cream from Play Create Explore and other fun kid bloggers!
  

Click on each pictures title to see their full posts!


Shaving Cream Slip-N-Slide
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Shaving Cream Marbled Paper
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Fluffy Stuff
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It's cheap, it's fun, it's easy to clean up, and there's lots of ways to play with it! In my opinion it's a must have item in the kids art/activity supply closet!










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25 comments:

  1. Oh, this is a wonderful list of fun ways to explore shaving cream. It is one of our favorite play materials too! The kind pictured is our scent/brand of choice)Thanks for including our sliding fun in your round up :)

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  2. So many great ideas!! I love the Valentines idea!

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  3. Looks like a lot of fun on the slide. I'll have to try some of these ideas with my kids.

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  4. Love this list. My favorite is the toys in shaving cream. it is like pretend snow for the cars to drive through!

    One word of caution though: When I was younger, my cousins and I made a shaving cream slip n' slide and one of my cousins broke out in a horrible, painful rash. Apparently it did not agree with his skin.

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  5. This post was great and I really want to give shaving cream a try with my daughter, but have a quick question. Do you ever have any worries about the chemicals in the shaving cream and whether they're good for kids (or adults, for that matter!)? Is there a particular brand you use?

    Thanks,
    Fiona

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  6. This post was great and I really want to give shaving cream a try with my daughter, but have a quick question. Do you ever have any worries about the chemicals in the shaving cream and whether they're good for kids (or adults, for that matter!)? Is there a particular brand you use?

    Thanks,
    Fiona

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  7. Great list! I've got two more ideas on my blog: shaving cream in the bath and shaving cream body paint. http://neverlandarling.blogspot.com/

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  8. These are all wonderful. You did a great job rounding these up! Thanks!

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  9. Wow! Look at all these ideas...and smiles!! My kids literally do the happy dance when I get the shaving cream out! I can't wait to do the slide and shaving cream.

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  10. Great post! We love shaving cream here too! We have quite a few shaving cream posts too:
    http://www.thechocolatemuffintree.com/2011/06/cloud-activities-and-little-cloud.html

    http://www.thechocolatemuffintree.com/2011/06/super-easy-shaving-cream-bathtub-paint.html

    http://www.thechocolatemuffintree.com/2012/03/shaving-cream-marbled-rainbows.html

    and more....

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  11. I love the marble art and rainbow ones. Thanks for posting these!

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  12. Very cute idea!I had never seen the one with the slide. My kids will love that. We did an Easter egg hunt in shaving cream a while back. http://asdplaytime.blogspot.com/2012/04/sensory-easter-egg-hunt.html We stuck the eggs all over our clothes after we found the eggs. It was fun:)

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  13. Who knew shaving cream could be so much fun!

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  14. Such fun perusing this list! Thanks for sharing our bathtub paint link!

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  15. Ok, I need to get on the shaving cream bandwagon. These are such fun ideas! I don't know why we haven't played with it before. I need to go by some right now! Thank you for linking up to the Outdoor Play Party!

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  16. Love your post and all the fun you can have with shaving cream. We made Ice Cream Sundae's would love for you to check it out.

    Mommasfunworld.blogspot.com

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  17. This is an awesome list - Thank you!

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  18. After seeing this wonderful list the other day, I shared our first bit of shaving cream fun today.

    http://love-and-lollipops.blogspot.com/2012/07/shaving-cream-fun.html

    Thank you again...I plan to try quite a few more of these wonderful ideas :)

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  19. Found you on Pinterest. Since I just shared on my blog about how I surprised my 5 kiddos with a Shaving Cream Fight (to celebrate the end of a good summer), I linked to your post today. . .to give my readers even more shaving cream ideas. Glad I found you.

    Here is the link where I linked to you: http://www.susoutter.com/2012/09/5-for-friday.html

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  20. I am SO glad I found you today! Coming up to summer here in Australia this post will be a life saver :) Thank you!

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  21. I used to play with shaving creams when I was a kid. Now I am just using it to clean my face. Shaving creams can also clean other things at home but I don’t usually do that because it is expensive.

    - Abby Holmes

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  22. This is SUCH an awesome list! I totally loved looking at all these pictures of happy kiddos. Thank you for including us. :)

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  23. I use this all the time in my preschool and with my grandkids. I only use the "original" no scents or extras additions added. I have never had a child have a problem with this kind. It is also easier to clean up this kind.

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  25. They're all so pretty! Great activities for kids. These days, most would just keep them occupied...and quiet playing games on their ipads

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