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Two versions of homemade hot chocolate play dough and an edible marshmallow play dough recipe -- a fun winter play dough invitation kids will love!

Two versions of homemade hot chocolate play dough and an edible marshmallow play dough recipe - a fun winter play dough invitation kids will love!

Pillsbury® crescent rounds wrap up a delicious new way to love bacon and eggs!

Bacon-Egg Breakfast Bites - Pillsbury® crescent rounds wrap up a delicious new way to love bacon and eggs!

How to dye corn kernels for rich, even color. Colorful corn kernels perfect for arts, crafts, sensory play, and decorating.

How to dye corn kernels: Partially fill a cup, container, or plastic baggy with water. Add a touch of vinegar to the water (a teaspoon or so) Add food coloring, mix around Add corn kernels, let sit a few hours

This marshmallow play dough is SO MUCH FUN and it has to be the easiest play dough recipe we've ever made! And best of all, it's completely safe to eat!

July 2016 by Debbie Chapman Leave a Comment This marshmallow play dough has to be the EASIEST play dough recipe I’ve ever made. And the best part is that it’s completely safe to eat! It tastes .

This no-mess pumpkin art is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers who don't like the feeling of paint. Free printable included for your fall theme!

Looking for a last-minute fall activity for your toddlers and preschoolers? This no-mess pumpkin painting is a fun color mixing activity that you can set up in minutes! From Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds

Miss G’s classroom is currently studying worms so I thought it would be fun to throw together a Clean Mud Worm Bin to send to school with her! This is an awesome sensory activity for kids if you’re stuck inside or trying to warm the kids up to actual mud. I needed to create something …

This clean mud worm sensory bin looks like real mud but it's just soap, water, toilet paper, and chocolate crumbs. A great sensory play idea for kids that also develops fine motor skills