Homemade Bath Crayons for Kids

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So we talked about the homemade bath paints for kids earlier, and now I’ve found another fun recipe for kids in the bath. Bath time, at least here is usually a battle to keep them entertained long enough to get them shiny and clean. With bath paints and crayons the job gets done and they come out clean and shiny! Here is a great homemade bath crayons recipe that washes right off of your bathtub or shower from Kiboomu Kids.

Homemade Bath Crayons for Kids!

Homemade Bath Crayons and Mr. Clean Song
Let’s make homemade bath crayons with the kids!  Bathtub time just got a whole lot more fun with this homemade bath crayons craft recipe for kids.  And, we bet kids will agree!

So, what are you waiting for?  Let’s make homemade bath crayons with the kids!

Craft items you will need:

  • Clear glycerin soap base cut into cubes
  • 3 or more soap color dyes (or food color dyes)
  • Essential oils in your favorite smells (optional)
  • Glass measuring cup for melting soap
  • Spoons for mixing colors and fragrances
  • Ice cube trays or round crayon molds

Craft instructions:

Separate the soap base cubes; one pile for each soap color dye.

Have the children place the soap cube for the first color in a glass measuring cup and melt in microwave in short bursts.

Once melted, have the children add soap color a drop at a time, mixing well after each drop until you get the color right.

Then, add a couple of drops of essential oils and mix well.

Next, have the children carefully pour the color soap into ice cube trays.

If you see any air bubbles on the surface of the soap, spray it with rubbing alcohol.

Have the children repeat the same soap crayon making process with the rest of the colors.


After that, allow the soap to set until it is firm. This could take anywhere from 30 minutes to a few hours.  When the soap is close to firm, feel free to place the soap in the freezer to speed up the hardening process.

When ready, have the children pop the soap crayons out of the trays.

And Voila! We just made homemade bath crayons with the kids!

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