If you’re looking for fun activities for kids, you’ll want to try making this easy snow dough recipe, which uses only 2-3 ingredients. This sensory material is a fun way to change it up. Not to mention its super easy to make!
Snow Dough Recipe
What you Need:
- 16oz (1lb) 454g Corn Starch
- Conditioner – You can pick this up at Dollar Tree for $1. (choose a scent you love)
- Food Coloring (Optional)
1.) Pour the Corn starch into a large bowl.
2.) Add 3/4 of the bottle of conditioner to the bowl.
3.) Add the food coloring to the conditioner and add more as needed during mixing.
4.) Mix the ingredients together until they form a dough. Add more conditioner if the mixture is a bit dry.
6.) Play with it like playdough and store in a sealed container as it will dry out and become the powdered version of cloud dough, which is a new form of sensory material that can be transformed into a new sensory bin activity.
Sensory Play Tray
To make this sensory play tray, you’ll need the popular Snow Dough recipe above plus the following:
- Pineapple Baking Cups
- Paper Straws cut into pieces
- Glass Gems (Dollar Tree)
- Pipe Cleaners cut into pieces (Dollar Tree)
- Pineapple Cupcake Toppers
- Craft Jewels (Dollar Tree)
I hope your kiddos enjoy this super fun snow dough and this pineapple play tray! Check out our other fun activities for kids here.
More Fun Activities for Kids:
One of our most popular kids activities is this Blooming Puddle Paper Flowers activity.
Easy Crafts for Kids:
If you’d like to try some easy crafts for kids, try this Wax Paper Suncatcher craft.
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