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Ideas for stay at home moms, teachers and anyone who loves to play with children

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Homemade play-doh with Kool-aid

Play-Doh with Kool-aid
(home made is non-toxic)

1 Packet of Kool Aid
1 Cup of Flour
1/2 Cup Salt
3 tablespoons of Vegetable Oil
1 Cup of Boiling Water
some glitter (optional)

Mix dry this is important to make the play doh smoother
add wet and stir (parents do this part cause hot).
knead the dough on a sheet of waxed paper
add glitter and kneed in and play!


  1. I've found that thoroughly mixing the dry ingredients first leads to a smoother mixture, versus dumping everything in before mixing. I notice you mention to do that first, but many people might not notice or realize that it's an important separate step! I have also had success adding the color after cooking, as I learned by accident! (But that was with food coloring, not Kool-Aid.)

  2. thanks for you input that is a really good point I just always mix it really good first and don't think about it thanks I will add that in the info