"Cloud dough is a lovely sensory experience to provide for preschool children. It has a beautiful silky smooth texture and can smell divine… depending on which baby oil you choose to add to the mix. Here is the recipe… and oh so easy! 8 cups of plain flour to 1 cup of baby oil. Enjoy mixing!"

Silky soft play dough for kids using 2 ingredients: 1 cup conditioner (cheaper the better) 2 cups cornflour/cornstarch Glitter (optional)

DIY rainbow sensory box. #diy #rainbow #kids

Make this puffy paint with self-rising flour, salt and food coloring. Cook in the microwave to puff up.

Fun Science Experiment for Kids: Elephant Toothpaste! from Fun at Home with Kids

So cute! Mix half Elmers glue and half shaving cream - it dries puffy like this. LOVE THIS IDEA!! MUST REMEMBER

How easy!

Cardboard Sword- these are very cute and look super easy!

DIY Moon Sand Tried this on a smaller scale. Isla had fun with it it smelt nice :)

Cloud Dough (the stuff at hands on museum) - 8 cups flour & 1 cup baby oil. It feels like flour as you run your fingers through it, but it's moldable.

Aquarium craft--looks easy!

2-INGREDIENT CLOUD DOUGH - The Ultimate Sensory Experience -

washing up liquid [dish soap] + plain white flour = play dough!

paint cups

Preschool science experiments

Fluffy Stuff - 2 boxes of cornstarch and 1 can shaving cream - moldable - can add color if desired. Sounds super fun!

**Moon Sand**9 cups Flour 1 1/4 cup baby oil Variation: To make colored Moon Sand We added 1/8 of a cup of Powdered Tempera Paint to the above recipe split into three so per 3 cups flour add 1/8 cup powdered tempera mix well and then add baby oil. or 4 cups sand 2 cups cornstarch 1 cup of water Mix and Enjoy

Homemade Flubber Recipe

A super fun indoor sensory activity. This is even better than cloud dough and it lasts forever.

Ice Cream Dough: A totally New Sensory Play Recipe that looks and smells JUST like ice cream and is also moldable and super soft

10 recipes for homemade art supplies: fingerpaint, watercolor paint, puff paint, playdough, flubber, bath crayons, lick&stick; stickers, bubble mix, sidewalk chalk & chalkboard paint. @Brenda Irwin