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Monday, March 5, 2012

Homemade Play Dough


It's snowing here!

We learned to make this play dough during Roscoe's time at the Richmond Waldorf School.  It's a nice squishy dough that is best for sensory play, rolling out, making imprints, and other activities that don't require it to hold shape--not so great for cutting shapes or making figures--but really fun just the same.

Play dough:
3 cups flour
1/4 cup salt
1 cup water
1 tablespoon oil
food coloring

Stir together the liquid ingredients including the food coloring. Stir in the flour until you reach a consistency that you're happy with. You can add a few drops of peppermint or orange essential oil if you'd like.

The dough can be stored in a plastic baggie and left in the fridge when not in use.

Happy snow day!

2 comments :

  1. Roscoe is getting so tall! Most adorable! Love GMA

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  2. Fresh play dough is also the *softest* I just encountered the recipe at our play group & thought, 'Aaah, so that's how mom used to do it.'

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