Red, Blue and White play dough: we used our favorite play dough recipe. We also added glitter to the white after they played with it the first time. The recipe is super simple: 1 cup water, 1 cup salt, 1 cup flour, 2 TBSP oil and coloring( for this i used sugar free jello! smells so yummy! but you can use food paste or coloring, kool aid or paint.) stir all the ingredients till smooth,cook on med heat till it pulls away from the
pan, cool for a bit, knead still smooth and play!
Shannon blogs at Welcome To Our Wonderland where she share’s books and sometimes activities to go with the children’s books. She taught prek for 11 years and become a stay at home mom 10 years ago when her oldest was born.
I was wondering how a child painted such straight lines!Glad I scrolled!I loved the rice table.Glad there is someone to help out before the new baby gets here!
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Rice table was a hit here too (it replaced lentils). Couldn’t find red, white, blue sequins in any combo or shape at dollar store or Walmart. So I sorted the multi pack instead (why?). Anyway, great time! And added some plastic shot-glasses, the perfect size for scooping and pouring rice.