The weather is getting cooler–and the days are getting short. Light up winter nights with glow-in-the-dark fun! There’s something for every child, from flickering fireflies to constellation fun.
Colorful tape over mason jars with glow sticks inside creates a dramatic effect to light up the night.
Create a design-it-yourself nightlight using everyday materials and a spark of creativity.
These easy lanterns are perfect for anytime, glowing good fun!
Can you play “catch” in the dark? You can now — with fun glowing balloons!
Learn about why the moon appears to change shape as it rotates around the Earth.
These little fireflies are very simple to make with very little tools involved. The best part: with some LED lights they flicker just like real fireflies in the dark!
Learning about the stars and constellations is fun. But you know what makes it more fun? Glow in the dark paint! Kids can make these easy constellation cards, then hang them up in their rooms at night and watch them glow.
These mason jars filled with glitter and glow-in-the-dark stars are fun to make. Sparkly by day and glowing at night, your child will enjoy this easy-to-make DIY night light.
Write numbers on star shapes, tape them to the ceiling, and play a fun flashlight game to practice counting!