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Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Make Some Play Dough

One of the teachers at our preschool had a great recipe for play dough. It’s easy to make and keeps for a decent amount of time. The only thing I find is that if I make it 5 times, 3 times it comes out great and then 2 times it will be super sticky. Good luck

Play-Dough

2 cups of boiling water
2 ½ cups of flour
½ cup of salt
3 Tbl. Oil
1 package of unsweetened Kool-aid


Put the last 4 ingredients in a bowl. Mix in the boiling water. It’s really hot and you need a spoon at first. After it’s pretty much mixed together as a ball, dump it on the counter and knead it. Knead until it feels like play dough.

I store mine in a Ziploc bag. This play dough usually smells pretty good, you don’t have to worry if your kids decide to eat it. Have fun.

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