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Cloud Dough Sand Castles

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We love finding new things to try and explore at my house. When I came across Cloud Dough on Juggling With Kids Blog I knew we had to try it!  My son loves sand... and this looked like fun.  We set out to make a batch and get to playing.

Cloud Dough Sand Castles


Cloud Dough Sand Castles 





What we used:

flour

baby oil or cooking oil


How to make:

Add 8 cups of flour to a bin.  Then add 1 cup oil.  Mix well until moldable.

We made sand castles with it to start.  We grabbed a few sticks and a art project that was sitting there and made little flags out of it.  We tore the painting into strips and wrapped them around the sticks. Perfect castle flags.

Cloud Dough Sand Castles

We store it in our rubbermaid container. So glad I made it for my son he just loves it and it smells so good.  Of course, he put his "working trucks" in the box and digs and hauls the cloud dough with them.

                 

He has endless fun with his cloud dough every time we get it out.




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1 comment:

  1. I made this last night and my kids are still playing with it! Super awesome!

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