Tie Dye Play doughPosted: March 7, 2012 | Author: Jena | Filed under: Artsy Fartsy, Building, Clay, Experimentation | Leave a comment »
I want to make some play dough for the kids. The black play dough roads have been played out. When I ask the kids to pick a color, they say rainbow. I make red, green and blue. We use my favorite favorite favorite play dough recipe from Pink and Green Mama this February break:
1 Cup of Flour
1/2 Cup of Salt
3 teaspoons. of Oil
1 Small Package of Kool Aid
1 Cup of Boiling Water
Mix the dry ingredients. Then, Add Oil and Boiling Water. Stir well then, knead on a piece of waxed paper. (It will be hot for a couple of minutes.) Store in the fridge in a container.
This is how I set it up for them to find when they’re done with a little show.
The kids dig in using some traditional play dough tools, like mini rolling pins, scrapers, things to poke. It doesn’t take long before the 3 separate balls of color are mixed up, all except for Friend H, the oldest and the only girl. The boys’ play dough looks like tie dye.
Friend H keeps her colors separate and builds a road.