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  • Julia Nicholson

    White rice + food coloring + rubbing alcohol = Rainbow rice! A very less messy alternative to sandboxes. Fill a large tub and they could dig all day during the cold months. Sensory table

  • Peg Anderson Carter Hague

    White rice + food coloring + rubbing alcohol = Rainbow rice! A very less messy alternative to sandboxes. Fill a large tub and they could dig all day during the cold months. Great for sensory play!

  • Jodi Hey

    White rice + food coloring + rubbing alcohol = Rainbow rice! Not as messy as sandboxes, but still just as fun! Think I'll clean out the sand box and fill it with colored rice....

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