The Art of Beauty - Make Your Own Bath Salts, Oils, & More!
Teacher Kim, M.Ed.
In this one-time class, we will create bath salts, oils, & more! With a few simple ingredients, we will combine, mix, and create our own relaxing bath & body products, which also make perfect gifts!
In this one-time class, we will create bath salts, oils, & more! With a few simple ingredients, we will combine, mix, and create our own relaxing bath & body products, which also make perfect gifts! First, we will observe and discuss how to combine different ingredients in order to make something new. Next, we will gather our ingredients and begin the process of creating bath salts, bath oils, bath bombs, & more! We will add food coloring and scent if desired. After creating, we will put...
This lesson provides several positive learning outcomes. By creating an original mixture with common ingredients, the learners are able to understand how art and science are utilized in our world and even often combined. By observing and discussing these concepts, the learners are also able to gain a deeper understanding of how to create their own artistic variations using similar ingredients. Other learning outcomes include positive communication and critical thinking skills. Group discussion during the presentation and activity promotes positive communication, as does showing the bath salts in the concluding discussion. Additionally, the learners will utilize critical thinking skills by applying, analyzing and synthesizing their prior knowledge and experiences into the class discussion as well as into the unique bath & body products they create.
You will need: Salt Oil Baking soda Citric Acid (can substitute Cream of Tartar) Measuring cups and spoons Mixing bowls and spoons (one for each color) Food Coloring (use sparingly to prevent staining - see parental guidance) Scents or essential oils (use sparingly to prevent irritation - see parental guidance) Decorative container & spoon (optional funnel) Label and/or decorative items for container
Adult supervision recommended for: Food coloring may stain hands and/or clothing and surfaces. Use sparingly and with appropriate precautions. Synthetic scents & essential oils can be irritating to the skin. Use sparingly and with appropriate precautions. Do not use any ingredients you are or may be allergic to. For external use only.
Meet the teacher
“How can I be useful, of what service can I be? There is something inside me, what can it be?” -Vincent Van Gogh My name is Kim, and I am a dedicated educator interested in providing an enriching educational experience for your student(s). I...
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