The Recipe This will make enough dough for an entire preschool class. I usually make 1/2 the recipe and it’s still plenty! For two colors, divide the recipe in half. Kids Entertainment, Crafts Ideas, Playdough Recipes, Dough Activities, Gooey Plays, Plays Dough, Cooking Plays, Dough Cooking, Homemade Plays
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Glow in the dark playdough - must use black light! 1 c flour, 1/2 c salt, 1 T cooking oil, 1 T cream of tarter, 1 C water mix dry, add wet, med heat, stirring, forms a ball, pulls from side of pan, will be warm, knead few minutes Add fluorescent paint OR add in kool-aid, glitter, spices, smells I divided ball up and added food coloring, making two colors with one batch
2 cups of plain/all-purpose flour 1 cup salt 1 cup cold water 1 tbspn oil (vegetable oil is fine - baby oil smells lovely). Drop the ingredients and food coloring into a plastic bag and seal. Let the children knead them together inside the bag - then tip it out for modeling fun.
An A-Z of Play Dough recipes: a whole alphabet of different flavours. Pin it for a superb reference! We use play dough to teach math, letters, fine motor skills, develop language and imagination. Great to have lots of flavors to keep things interesting for the kids.