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A simple, no cook recipe for homemade chocolate playdough - spells so good but tastes just like playdough so the kids won't eat it...maybe!

Chocolate No Cook Playdough Recipe

A simple, no cook recipe for homemade chocolate playdough - spells so good but tastes just like playdough so the kids won& eat it.

How make salt dough in the microwave. So much quicker than the traditional method. Then kids can paint and decorate their salt dough ornaments

Microwave Salt Dough

How to make salt dough. This microwave salt dough is a really quick and easy alternative to the traditional method. Use it to make salt dough ornaments

How to make a big batch of play-dough

I think play-dough is awesome. Mostly because it is the one thing my kids will spend a long time working with. And the house becomes calm and quiet, until they start throwing it of course. (How To Make Playdough Without Cream Of Tartar)

Playdough (aka Play-doh) is easy to make at home, and fun for kids of all ages.  Here's how to make your own non-toxic toy with custom colors and fragrances. This ...

How to Make Playdough (Play-doh)

Craft Idea: Make Your Own Playdough (Play-doh)! Playdough (aka Play-doh) is easy to make at home, and fun for kids of all ages. Here's how to make your own non-toxic toy with custom colors and frag.

How to Make Playdough | Homemade Playdough Recipes - FamilyEducation.com  This one is my favorite

How to Make Playdough

the BEST playdough recipe, hands down. and you make it with JELLO! Ingredients for this Jello playdough recipe: white flour – 1 cup salt – 2 tbsp cream of tartar – 2 tbsp cooking oil – 2 tbsp warm water – 1 cup Jello – 1 pack

Have fun with your toddler with these quick and easy uncooked playdough recipes.

Uncooked Playdough Recipes

Have fun with your toddler with these quick and easy uncooked playdough recipes, from gingerbread playdough to shampoo playdough, and more.

Uncooked play-doh recipe -- I have actually made this, and it was soooo much easier than the cooked/jello version!

Easy, Affordable, Play Dough!

Uncooked play-doh recipe -- Pinner said - I have actually made this, and it was soooo much easier than the cooked/jello version!

No cook playdough recipe made with boiling water and a discussion about cooked vs. no cook doughs

The Best No Cook Playdough Recipe (plus a comparison)

The Best No Cook Playdough Recipe - This one is so easy the kids can help make it! (includes a comparison between cooked and no cook homemade playdough) I like the very creative play stove

Uncooked Playdough Recipes

Uncooked Playdough Recipes

Have fun with your toddler with these quick and easy uncooked playdough recipes, from gingerbread playdough to shampoo playdough, and more.

Oatmeal Playdough Recipe - Just 3 Ingredients to make this edible dough. So simple to make with kids!

Oatmeal Playdough Recipe

How to Colour dye uncooked dry pasta for rainbow sensory play Iddle Peeps Kids Crafts.  Note from Rachel: "Gel" food coloring does not give colors that are as vibrant.

How to colour dye dry uncooked pasta

How to Colour dye uncooked dry pasta for rainbow sensory play Iddle Peeps Kids Crafts. Note from Rachel: "Gel" food coloring does not give colors that are as vibrant.

No cook play dough    1 cup flour  1/2 cup salt  1/2 cup water  food coloring    mix and adjust texture with water/flour as needed

Easy, Affordable, Play Dough!

Best playdough recipe! Doesn't dry out quickly, last for months, easy to make and clean up! Love it!

How to Make Playdough

Homemade playdough, kid playing with playdough Used the first recipe and this play dough is still going strong weeks later!

Basic ingredient ratios:  2 cups flour  2 cups warm water  1 cup salt  2 Tablespoons vegetable oil  1 Tablespoon cream of tartar (optional for improved elasticity)    food coloring (liquid, powder, or unsweetened drink mix)  scented oils

How to Make Playdough (Play-doh)

Great Playdough: Basic ingredient ratios: 2 cups flour 2 cups warm water 1 cup salt 2 Tablespoons vegetable oil 1 Tablespoon cream of tartar (optional for improved elasticity) food coloring (liquid, powder, or unsweetened drink mix) scented oils

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