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homemade FINGER paint! 1/2 cup cornstarch   ■ 3 Tbsp. sugar   ■ 1/2 tsp. salt   ■ 2 cups cold water   ■ food coloring

salt ■ 2 cups cold water ■ food coloring cook minutes over low heat constantly stirring until thick.

Colorful slime fun for kids.... kid-blogger-network-activities-crafts

rainbow slime-To make this slime recipe you will need… 1 Part Elmers Clear School Glue 1 Part Liquid Starch food color

Activities: Make Homemade Fingerpaint, Made from stuff you most likely already have in your kitchen.  Although I would use natural colors.

Homemade Fingerpaint

Activities: Make Homemade Fingerpaint, Made from stuff you most likely already have in your kitchen. Although I would use natural colors.

Easy homemade paint recipes that are safe for babies and toddlers

Easy homemade paint recipes that are safe for babies and toddlers. use old baby food jars

Homemade Water Color Paints: What you'll need Baking soda Vinegar Cornstarch Corn syrup Spouted mixing bowl Measuring cups Whisk Food coloring Ice cube tray

Homemade Water Color Paints: What you'll need Baking soda Vinegar Cornstarch Corn syrup Spouted mixing bowl Measuring cups Whisk Food coloring Ice cube tray<<<< This will serouesly help me.

Homemade finger paint safe for babies and toddlers who love to taste everything.  It's made from common household ingredients and is fun for all ages!

Homemade baby and toddler safe sensory paint. Ingredients are common household staples and are safe for babies and toddlers to taste. When fresh the paint is perfect for finger painting. After sitting for awhile the paint is a colorful, ooey sensory mat

Paula’s Play Dough

Paula's Play Dough Recipe by Paula Deen

I love Paula Deen! Check out her awesome play dough recipe! The best part is, no worries if the kids nibble a bit of it!

Edible finger paint: 1 cup flour, 2 cups water, food coloring.  Mix water and flour over low/medium heat. Stir for about 5 minutes, or until you have a thick mixture. Separate into containers and add food coloring. Let cool, paint away!

no link from pic - Edible finger paint: 1 cup flour, 2 cups water, food coloring. Mix water and flour over low/medium heat. Stir for about 5 minutes, or until you have a thick mixture. Separate into containers and add food coloring. Let cool, paint away!

equal parts cold shaving cream and Elmer's glue with some glitter

Shivery snow paint- kids can create puffy snowmen and other works of art that are COLD to the touch! Shaving Cream White school glue Peppermint extract Iridescent glitter or buffalo snow

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