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How to Make Playdough

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PreK - 3rd, Homeschool
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How to Make Slime

(playdough, play-doh, recipe, cooking, sensory, fine motor)

Making playdough is a fun activity that parents and teachers have enjoyed doing with young children for years. Playdough can be used as a tactile sensory activity, to strengthen fine motor skills, and as an artistic and creative outlet.

This recipe uses flour, vegetable oil, water, cream of tartar, and Kool-Aid packets. Even though the playdough made in this recipe is non-toxic and edible, adult supervision is still recommended.

This is the recipe used in my blog post called How to Make Your Own Playdough.

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