These are not your typical kid recipes. You won't find chocolate chip cookies, variations on peanut butter & jelly, or recipes to make vegetables more palatable for preschoolers. (Although you will find MANY of those on my Preschool Snack Recipe Page!)
These are easy kid recipes to make materials to dig your hands into for some fun activities! They will provide hours of entertainment and enjoyment for you and your children!
Mix dry ingredients in a bowl. Mix liquids together, then pour into dry ingredients. Stir until it forms a ball and knead until smooth.
Mix together and let set four hours to let bubbles settle.
Put glue in a plastic container. Gradually add starch while stirring constantly. If it is too sticky, add starch in small amounts until it feels like putty. Store in a plastic bag or airtight container.
Of all the kid recipes we make, this one is always a hit! Is it a liquid or a solid? Put "Goop" in a shallow bin or cookie sheet and explore it together!
Mix together and have fun!
The goop is now ready! Make sure the kids wash their hands when they are done playing with the goop.
This clay recipe can be air dried and then painted too for added fun!
Makes about 3 cups. Store unused clay in airtight container in the fridge.