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3 DIY Glow-in-the-Dark Activities Your Kids Will Absolutely Love!

We just can’t seem to get enough of glow in the dark activities in my household, and today I want to share some of our favorite glow-in-the-dark activities with you all. These fun and easy activities are perfect for parties, family game night, or just when you’re in the mood to do something cool. If you’re ready for some glow-in-the-dark awesomeness, continue reading for 3 DIY Glow-in-the-Dark Activities Your Kids Will Absolutely Love. Enjoy.

DIY glow in the dark activities

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Egg Hunt

We tried out a Glow in the Dark Egg Hunt for Easter this year, but really this can be done any time throughout the year. It can easily be adapted to fit the season. All you need are:


Charades has served as the perfect family game night activity for many years. However, we added a little twist to our Charades game, and needless to say, it was a TON of fun. Check out the video below to see how it turned out. To play this game, you need:


If you have the space to play Glow in the Dark Bowling at home, you definitely want to give it a try. We set up a game in our basement and the kids literally did not want to stop playing. It also got pretty competitive. Haha. To play, you just need to set up your 10 plastic bottles filled with water and a glow stick at the end of your “lane” in a triangle formation. Each family member can take turns trying to knock down the pins. Be sure to keep track of the score! Here is what you need:

Now you’re ready to have some glow in the dark fun! Feel free to share some of your favorite glow in the dark activities in the comments below.


  • Briana Marie

    Briana Marie is a mental health and financial literacy advocate, and founder of Major League Mommy. In her spare time, Briana enjoys yoga, travel, and spending time with her Husband and two daughters.

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