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Easy to follow directions for creating colorful pasta for Sensory Tables
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Rainbow Spaghetti Pasta - This colorful spaghetti is colored using food coloring to give it it's rainbow like experience and would go down a treat with both kids and adults. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
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Rainbow Sensory Play
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Boil 4 different pots of water & add a different food coloring to each boiling water. Put noodles in each, drain, rinse...WALAAA. Your child has beautiful noodles they can not resist :)
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1 c. pasta, 2 tbsp. rubbing alcohol, 2-3 drops food coloring. Mix in zip bag, drain off liquid, place on foil-lined baking sheets to dry overnight. Colored pasta for craft projects!
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How to make color rice on the cheap with PowerfulMothering.com #toddler Could do red white and blue for 4th of July
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How to Make Color Rice - SUPER EASY + VIDEO!
How to make colored pasta for any kid dinner, not just the Lorax meal (Christmas, Halloween, etc.....)
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This is too cute for a birthday party or some silly fun to surprise the little one on a random rainy night.
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How to dye pasta for use in crafts and other fun stuff! I think perhaps I'll do this with pasta that can be strung on yarn so the kids can make rainbow necklaces. =)
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This super easy patriotic pasta is the perfect side dish for a 4th of July barbecue. It can be made ahead of time and is easily tweaked to meet different dietary needs and preferences.
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Red, White, and Blue Pasta Salad
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How fun - rubbing alcohol + food coloring + dry pasta = a fun sorting game for tots.
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