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is a fun recipe called Drawing Dough for your kiddos.
My four year old granddaughter stayed with us for a week while her parents went out of town to a wedding. Of course we
had lots of fun. We went to Walmart to get the supplies for our art project.
After all that shopping, we got thirsty. I let her pick her drink and snack. Although not a healthy choice, I don't
think it hurts to eat junk food once in awhile.
6 squeeze bottles, 2/3 cup of flour, 2/3 cup of salt, 2/3 cup of water, and 1 heaping tsp. of poster paint or tempera
paint for each color
I bought the squeeze bottles ($2.00 for 2) at Walmart in the Cake decorating section.
Add to squeeze bottles. Then, mix 1 heaping teaspoon of tempera paint or poster paint. I bought the paint at Walmart.
(By the way, I made the Monkey Apron for my granddaughter.)
Using squeeze bottles is a fun activity to do outside. Don't forget the newspapers and painting smock. My granddaughter
made 4 beautiful paintings. The paintings will need to dry. When the art work dries it will look like sand. It is best to try to use all the mixture because it will thicken in the bottles.
Update: The next day my granddaughter made 10 more paintings for a total of 14. We turned the bottles with the lids upside
down in a bowl to make sure we used all the sand paint.
Any art my granddaughter creates is a masterpiece.
She named her artwork Dots.
She wasn't interested in naming the rest of her paintings. So I of course named each masterpiece.
I found this recipe at: Drawing Dough