Fun with Play Dough

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It’s smushy, it’s squishy, it’s fun and best of all it costs so little to make because all the ingredients are in your pantry! We love play dough

All you need is :

3 cups of flour
1.5 cups of salt
6 tsp cream of tarter
3 tbsp oil
3 cups water

Put all ingredients into a medium sauce pan on your stovetop ( medium heat) and mix until it becomes a dough about 2 to 3 minutes

Let the dough cool and then roll it into balls

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Once it is completely cool you can add food coloring to make the dough any color you want… But be prepared for colored hands : )

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Then store the play dough in plastic wrap or in Tupperware; my play dough lasts at least 2 months sometimes longer as long as it is stored correctly!

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No matter the age give play dough a try… It’s all ingredients that won’t harm your child! Let them have some fun. Who else loves play dough?

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My name is Anne and I am a local mommy blogger ... Momee Friends is all about Long Island and all things local with the focus on family

7 thoughts on “Fun with Play Dough

  1. When I was really little, my baby-sitter made this for her own kids (and me, when I visited)! She made her own play-doh because (a) it was cheaper and (b) her kids liked to eat it. With the amount of strange ingredients in commercial play-doh, this version was much safer!

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    1. Totally agree… My daughter is 20 months old and love making things I know are safe for her to use! And with little ones they eat everything so you have to be safe. And saving money is so important

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