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Andrea

There are lots of safe crafting options out there! Google "edible playdough" and you'll come up with tons of recipes that are perfectly safe if ingested. Also, go to Target and look for "color with water" books. These, along with the Color Wonder books & Markers, are great options because it's impossible to make a mess with them!
No Time for Flashcards has a great section for young children on her blog as well. I also read this today, which is perfect for what you need: http://mamasmiles.com/?p=1964 Good luck!

Alisha

Oh, I have the same problem... My younger (17 months) loves to color... and eat the crayons... and eat the tips off markers... and eat basically everything. So the mess isn't the problem here. What I do is try to stagger their naps a bit and let the older (2.5 years old) do those all those art things while the younger is sleeping. Occasionally I'll let them do those things at the same time but have to watch the younger like a hawk. I just hope the younger stops this whole taking a bite out of everything before our 3rd arrives in May!

tracy

I'd definitely suggest making your own playdough - not only will you know exactly what's in it (and be slightly less freaked out when she takes a nibble - or bite!) but homemade playdough is awesome - especially when still warm! I have no suggestions for crayons...mine is a crayon eater, too.

Painting with plain water on colored construction paper can be fun, and because mine also ate the paint/paintbrushes, I started her with those Paint with Water books (the color appears when you paint on the page with water).

A super not-very-messy art project is tissue paper on clear Contact paper. Give just a few little pieces of tissue paper in a pile, and tape the Contact paper down (sticky side up) and let her stick and peel away.

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