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Kool Aid Playdough Recipe

* 1 cup water * 3 teaspoons of Cream of Tartar * 1 cup of flour * 1 package of Kool-Aid Mix (non-sugar) * 1 tablespoon of cooking oil * a half cup of salt * food coloring by your choice 1. Mix all the dry ingredients in a medium sized pan2. Add the water […]

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Funny Dough Faces

1.A cup of water2.Half cup of salt3.2 cups of flour4.Paint5.Aluminum foil6.Bowl7.Oven; ask an adult to help you 1.Mix the flour and water and salt in a bowl.2.Put the aluminum foil on a table and spread some oil on it so it doesn’t become sticky3.Make with dough a small face and decorate it with mouth and […]

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FUNKY FACE

lots of playdough colorscolorful rice a cup of water 1. put a teaspon of water in each color of the clay to make it soft. or if clay is aready soft skip first derection.2. make a shape of a flat ball.3. then a nose an eye a mouth and some ears.4. stick the parts anywere […]

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Sunny Dough

1 cup of flour1 cup of warm water1 TBS of salt 1 TBS of vegetable oil1 TBS of cream of tartar17 drops of yellow food coloringdry glitter (op) Add contents in a pot Let heat on stove until play dough likeTake off heat, knead until smooth; let cool before giving it to your child HAVE […]

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Basic Clay

Blue Clay Whale

2 1/2 cups flour. 1 cup salt. 1 cup water. Food coloring (optional). Mix flour and water together untill smooth. Next mix in salt. Finally add some food coloring if you like. From Alice, age 11, Rochester, New York

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Home Made Play-Doh

Playdough

1 cup Flour 1/2 cup Salt 1/2 cup Water Mix until it forms a ball. Knead, add food coloring if desired. If sticky add some Flour, & if too dry, add a tad of Water From Zachary, age 10, Collinsville, IL

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Clay

You will need corn starch ,baking soda,water(cold) 1.put 3tbs of water in to a bowl2. then put 3 ts of baking soda in the same bowl3.next, put 3 tbs of corn starch in a bowl4. mix them all together until not runny anymore5.(if water once you mix it then add a little more cornstarch and […]

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Lighthouse In A Bottle

Lighthouse

Lighthouse in a bottle What you will need: 1.5 liter sport water bottle Craft knife Aluminum foil Red acrylic paint Black tape Play-Doh or clay Flashlight White craft foam Clear packing tape Instructions for the project: Using a craft knife cut the bottle in half. Glue aluminum foil inside the cone-shaped portion of the top […]

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Reconstitute Old Play Dough

Old PlaydoughA pot with waterA pinch of salt1 cup flour StrainerMicrowave Add all together in pot. Put pot in the microwave for 5 1/2 minutes.Carefully remove the pot from the microwave. Dump play dough in strainer over sink.Let play dough cool down. Mush together your recreated play dough. You may add food color if desired. […]

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Play Dough

1 cup of flour 1 kolade pakate 1 half cup or salt 1 cup of water 2 table spoons of oil Put it all in a medium bowl and mix until it is not sticky. From Anecia Hendrickson, age 11, United States

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Frosting Play Dough

1 can frosting (any flavor) 1-1/2 cups powdered sugar 1 cup creamy peanut butter Mix together until dough reaches desired consistency Storage: When not using, MUST be stored in an airtight container and refrigerated. Next time you want to use it, let it come to room temperature for pliable dough. From Anita, a teacher, Independence, […]

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Kool-Aid Play Dough

If your children are at the age of preferring to eat their art supplies while you are trying to teach them to expand their creative skills, you’ll enjoy this perfect project! 1 cup flour 1/2 cup salt 3 teaspoons Cream of Tartar1 package Kool-Aid Mix (any flavor of unsweetened)1 cup water 1 tablespoon cooking oil […]

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Play Dough

You will need 1 cup of flour(any kind), half a cup of salt, and three tablespoons of water. Mix flour, salt, and water ad water for certain thickness. From kombiplatz, America

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Play Dough

1 cup water1 tablespoon salad oilfood coloring1 cup flour1 tablespoon alum1/2 cup salt Bring the first three ingredients to a boil. Mix the next three ingredients well and add to boiling water. Knead. From Janet Dejka, a reader from Homer Glen, Illinois

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Chocolate Playdough

Standard homemade playdough ingredients1/2 cup cocoa powder Use any standard playdough recipe and omit 1/2 Cup of the flour. Substitute 1/2 Cup of cocoa powder and proceed as directed. The boiling water recipe works well with this. This playdough smells like brownies. From Sara, a teacher from Iowa, United States

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Playdough (Boiling Water)

1 cup (250ml) boiling water1/2 cup (125ml) salt1 cup (250ml) flour1 tbsp. (15ml) each oil , cream of tartar (a preservative), and food coloring. Boil the water, add the salt, and bring back to the boil. Remove from heat, add the flour, oil, cream of tartar and food coloring. When the mixture is cool enough […]

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