Easy Ivory Bath Soap Crayon Recipe!
This Homemade Ivory Soap Crayon recipe for kids is one of our favorites! It’s simple to make and super easy to clean. And, best of all, the kids love drawing in the bathtub with them!
Tired Of My Bath written by Dicy McCullough is also a fun book to read to kids for bath time. So between making the bathtub soap crayons, singing a Mister Clean song, and reading this wonderful book – bath time just got a whole lot better!
While the children are making their bathtub ivory soap crayons, play the Mr. Clean Song for kids in the background.
Mr. Clean song for kids is the perfect complement to this super fun kids bathtub soap crayon recipe activity!
So, what are you waiting for? Let’s make Bathtub Ivory Soap Crayons!
Craft supplies you will need:
- 1 cup grated Ivory soap or Ivory Snow flakes
- Warm water
- 4 Bowls
- Food coloring
Have the children grate a bar of soap, making one cup of soap.
Next, have the children divide the cup of soap into 4 bowls.
Then, have the children add water and several drops of different food coloring into each bowl, and mix.
Encourage the children to stir the mixture until the soap mixture forms a thick dough. Add more water or soap shavings to get the right consistency.
Once the dough is firm, have the children shape it into crayons by hand or press it into ice cube molds.
Place the soap crayons in the freezer for 10 minutes, and then pop them out of the mold.
Let the bath tub soap crayons dry 1 to 2 days.
And, voila, the children have now made Bathtub Soap Crayons. Now, grab the children and let’s go paint in the tub!