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With the kids stuck inside all day due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we’re having to find fun and educational tools to keep them entertained all day long. It is challenging to keep a toddler entertained for more than 1 hour, let alone all day long, every day. So, we understand if you’re at the point where you’re pulling out your own hair. We understand your struggle. To save your kids, your sanity (and your scalp), we’re going to share w to make play-doh at home! If you’re done shopping on Etsy for homemade games and projects for your kids, this is a fun DIY activity you can have the kids help you with and then they can play with their homemade play-doh for the rest of the day, or week! Keep on reading to find out how to make play-doh at home.
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How to Make Play-Doh
- First, mix together your flour and salt.
- Mix together ½ cup of warm water with a few drops of food coloring.
- Then, slowly pour the water into the flour mixture, stirring slowly as you pour it in. Stir until well combined, then knead mixture with your hands until the flour is completely absorbed. If the dough feels too sticky, add more flour until it doesn’t stick at all.
- Repeat process for how ever many colors you and the kids want to make!
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In conclusion, we hope our article on how to make play-doh could help you keep the kids happy and active in this difficult time.