How To Make Glow In The Dark Chalk by Natalie Aramayo - Musely
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How To Make Glow In The Dark Chalk

posted in Family & Kids > Kids Activities
07/05/2015
  • Did you ever want glow in the dark chalk? Then.... here you go!
    Did you ever want glow in the dark chalk? Then.... here you go!
  • Materials for this project:
- 1 cup of Plaster of Paris
-1/2 cup of water
-3 tablespoons bright green food coloring gel or a couple drops of liquid watercolors
-4 tablespoons Glow-in-the-Dark Paint
-petroleum jelly 
-ice cube tray
-bucket or jar you no longer need
-wooden spoon
    Materials for this project:
    - 1 cup of Plaster of Paris
    -1/2 cup of water
    -3 tablespoons bright green food coloring gel or a couple drops of liquid watercolors
    -4 tablespoons Glow-in-the-Dark Paint
    -petroleum jelly
    -ice cube tray
    -bucket or jar you no longer need
    -wooden spoon
  • Coat the ice cube tray lightly with the petroleum jelly and set aside.  Mix the Plaster of Paris, the water, the food coloring, and the glow in a container that you were going to get rid or or recycle because you won’t be able to use it again...
    Coat the ice cube tray lightly with the petroleum jelly and set aside. Mix the Plaster of Paris, the water, the food coloring, and the glow in a container that you were going to get rid or or recycle because you won’t be able to use it again...
  • Spoon the chalk mixture into the ice cube tray and place in a cool dry place to dry over night.  When the chalk is completely dry it is ready to use!
    Spoon the chalk mixture into the ice cube tray and place in a cool dry place to dry over night. When the chalk is completely dry it is ready to use!
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