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  • A Rhoton

    Galaxy Playdough - Fairy Dust Teaching 2 cups of plain flour 2 cups of water with black and blue food coloring 1 Tbsp. of cooking oil 1 Tbsp. cream of tartar 1 cup of salt INSTRUCTIONS: Mix liquid ingredients in a large pan. Begin to heat liquids. In a separate bowl mix dry ingredients. Add to the heating liquids. Stir until the dough gathers and thickens. Cook until it gets that sheen to it. Let it cool slightly and then knead to bring proper consistency. Store in plastic container.

  • Lisa Ogle

    Glitter Playdough! Be the coolest mom on earth (well you don't even have to be a mom) and make this galaxy playdough for a fun play date. 2 cups of plain flour 2 cups of water with black and blue food coloring (you will need the large bottle of black food coloring for the deep color) 1 Tbsp. of cooking oil 1 Tbsp. cream of tartar 1 cup of salt glitter - silver, purple, blue

  • Jenny Ng

    Fairy Dust Teaching Kindergarten Blog: Galaxy Playdough - except how amazing would this be if we made it "fire" playdough using orange food coloring and red/yellow glitter!

  • ToniMarieSBC

    Fairy Dust Play Dough What you will need: 2 cups of plain flour 2 cups of water with black and blue food coloring 1 Tbsp. of cooking oil 1 Tbsp. cream of tartar 1 cup of salt INSTRUCTIONS: Mix liquid ingredients in a large pan. (FYI: I found black food coloring in a large size at Big Lots – so I added the entire bottle! I added a small bottle of blue food coloring. It made the dough so deep and rich!) Begin to heat liquids. In a separate bowl mix dry ingredients. Add to the heating liquids. Stir until the dough gathers and thickens. Cook until it gets that sheen to it. Let it cool slightly and then knead to bring proper consistency. Store in plastic container. I put glitter on the table for the children to push into the playdough – creating the galaxy! I put out an assortment of items for the children to create little space scenes. ~~~~~~~~~~~¥~~~~~~~~~~ EXTRA! EXTRA! Join my group NOW to get in on a very special CASH CONTEST running through the month of April! Click here to join and read details in the pinned post! ~¥~ Join us here ---> Fit Healthy n Happy ~¥~ https://www.facebook.com/groups/fithealthynhappy/ ~¥~ *Friend *Follow *Share* I am always posting awesome stuff on my timeline! You can find me ---> www.facebook.com/nanamud ~¥~ Follow Me On http://www.pinterest.com/ToniMarieSBC ~¥~ Follow Me On Twitter at https://twitter.com/ToniMarieSBC ~¥~ Visit my web site ---> http://ToniMarie.SBC90.com ~¥~

  • Miss Lacey

    E is for Explore!: Moon Sand, Space Putty, and Galaxy Dough Galaxy Dough: 2 cups of plain flour 2 cups of water with black and blue food coloring 1 Tbsp. of cooking oil 1 Tbsp. cream of tartar 1 cup of salt INSTRUCTIONS: Mix liquid ingredients in a large pan.Begin to heat liquids. In a separate bowl mix dry ingredients. Add to the heating liquids. Stir until the dough gathers and thickens.

  • Cindy Boris

    Galaxy play doh! Awesome! 2 cups of plain flour 2 cups of water with black and blue food coloring 1 Tbsp. of cooking oil 1 Tbsp. cream of tartar 1 cup of salt

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