Dinosaur Footprints Sensory Bin

And the dinosaurs were a hit.
Stomping through the playdough

Kyra

My name is Kyra and I’m a computer programmer that decided to stay at home with my two beautiful daughters: Ada and Zoey. I created this website to share with you anything I come across in my day to day life that I think you may enjoy.

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  1. March 18, 2020

    […] I love how my homemade playdough feels and it lasts so long if you wrap it up properly or seal it in a freezer bag. You only need flour, salt, oil, cream of tartar, and boiling water to make it and I love how it doesn’t matter as much if they taste it since I knew what is inside it. If you want different colors you can use water-based food dye to change it up and I’ve also made it smell good with different baking flavor extracts. If you want different colors outside of the food dye realm or are out of food dye itself I’ve attempted to color it with different kids’ paints before. The paint does make the playdough wetter though so you’ll need to add more flour to balance it out. Or, if you have washable markers, you can make plain white playdough and let the kids color it. This works perfect with cookie cutters and a rolling pin as they can make their shapes and then color it in. The playdough, over time, keeps getting prettier and prettier as the markers add marbling. If you don’t have playdough toys, or the kids are bored with them, you could grab your baking supplies (muffin tins, birthday candle, cookie cutters, etc) or grab some of their toys. For a bit there I combined plastic dinosaurs with playdough to make a dinosaur footprints sensory bi…. […]

  2. April 1, 2020

    […] writing in, or changing how you’re writing by using a twig, popsicle stick, or even a toy. We’ve previously used playdough and a plastic dinosaur to make dinosaur prints which makes me wonder how playdough would work to write into… or if you could use a dinosaur […]

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