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Strawberry Scented Edible Cloud Dough

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Strawberry Scented Cloud Dough sounds scrumptious to us.
It’s hard for me to believe it’s February already, and when I began thinking about our sensory play for this month, of course a few key things came into my head. Those things were Valentine’s Day, the color red, and strawberries. So how can we mix these things together for a fun sensory play, make it toddler safe and get some learning into our activity for the older boys? I’ll show you…
Strawberry scented edible cloud dough, homemade Valentine's Day, Hands on learning, sensory play www.naturalbeachliving.com
The Cloud Dough Recipe used for this activity was
4 cups all purpose flour
1 cup cooking oil (examples-coconut, veg. canola)
1 packet of strawberry kool-aid
1/3 cup water
First mix the flour and oil in a large bowl, then in a separate smaller bowl mix the water with the kool-aid. Then add the kool-aid to the flour mixture. Viola!
Strawberry smelling edible but probably still not tasty cloud dough.
Strawberry scented edible cloud dough, homemade Valentine's Day, Hands on learning, sensory play www.naturalbeachliving.com
To get in some Valentine and reading fun, I added a bag of candy conversation hearts to the older boys batch. Their activity was to find the hearts and read them to each other. They had a blast and thought it was hilarious telling each other to ” Call me”, “Be Mine”, and “I Love You”. When the older boys were finished and I checked to make sure there were know more candy hearts, the toddler was allowed to play. The great thing about this dough is it is completely toddler and baby friendly.
I wish you could have had the chance to smell the dough- YUM!
Now it’s your turn, link up your dough recipes or comment below if you love cloud dough.
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