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  • Suzzie Bessette

    Rainbow Stew 1/3 c. sugar 1 c. cornstarch 4 c. cold water Cook until thick. put in bowls, add food coloring. Put in Ziploc baggies. Let the kids play with it while it is in the bags for a neat sensory experience or use it to mix colors

  • Rachel Duncan

    sense of touch : warm up activity Rainbow Stew: 1/3 cup sugar, 1 cup cornstarch, 4 cups cold water. Cook until thick, add food coloring, put in Ziploc baggies. Do not save: it will mold.

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