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  • Crystal Janecky-West

    Play Create Explore: Sensory Bins - Rainbow Rice

  • Tara Louise

    Play Create Explore: Colored Rice and Noodles

  • Mary {Adventures in Kindergarten}

    so many sensory activities

  • Susan Kent

    Sensory Play

  • Suzanne Nicole

    What you Need Rubbing Alcohol Uncooked white rice & a Variety of Noodles Food coloring Plastic baggies Directions 1. Pour 2 tsp of alcohol into a bowl or the plastic baggie -If you use a bowl use a metal bowl so it wont stain -I used a bowl and not the baggie so I could experiement with the colors easier 2. Add your color to the alcohol (8-10 drops for very bright colors) -Experiment with lots of different colors! 3. Pour 2 cups of rice or noodles into a baggie and then add your color mix -I don't reccomend mixing rice and noodles because its hard to get the color even 4. Make sure its sealed tightly and then shake, and manipulate the rice and color until all the rice is completely saturated. 5. Let it sit and soak up the color for a few hours -I left it overnight 6. Then lay the rice out on a cookie sheet to dry for a few hours -I put down wax paper over my pan first -I set the cookie sheets outside for faster drying (1 hour) When its dry your free to play! Store in sealed container or baggies. Rice will be a bit dusty and youll notice colored dust on your hands but it rubs and washed right off.

  • Sarah Cody {Mariposa Blvd}

    Colored Rice in the Sensory Table

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