Making balloon animals is rather fun and if you pick the right one not too difficult! there will be some balloon casualties however and here is a great activity to do with the popped balloons. http://www.michellepaigeblog.com/2011/08/make-your-own-balloon-bracelets.html
Awesome fun today! I filled a normal size 9″ balloon with water, about 2 1/2 cups. The kids let it drop from knee height, then waist, then head. Comments were “it’s wibbly wobbly”, “it’s magical”. Guaranteed fun with the kids – go ahead and try it!
The older kids have been doing Science enquiry at school this term. They’ve done sandpit volcanoes to explore chemical reactions between vinegar and baking soda but did you know you can experiment with a balloon and drinking bottle as well! Thanks to the following website which gives step by step instructions and pictures. http://www.momto2poshlildivas.com/2012/01/blow-it-up-exploring-gas-with-balloons.html
The Couture Candy Buffet company are incredibly creative and put together beautiful dessert tables for any event. Their style and design can be seen in the following photos; with a touch of balloon fun 🙂 Visit their website http://couturecandybuffet.co.nz/ to tempt yourself silly.