MomTalk.com March 3, 2021:   The women's magazine for moms about children, family, health, home, fashion, careers, marriage & more

MomTalk Most Popular Articles

Most Popular Articles

Sign Up for the MomTalk newsletter today!

Email Marketing by VerticalResponse

Instantly watch from thousands of TV episodes & movies streaming from Netflix. Try Netflix for FREE!

152403_Mar Coupon Code 125x125

Zazzle launches customizable Doodle Speakers

zulily: Daily deals for moms, babies and kids

126905_Shop Green Baby at Diapers.com + Free 2 Day Shipping on $49+

307728_Save Better - 125x125

Fruit-a-licious Playdough: Kids Krafts

by Tracey C. Agranoff

Mmm-mmmm---what could be better than crafts with built-in snack appeal?
Ages: 3-6 years

You Will Need:

  • 2 1/4 cups flour
  • 1 cup salt
  • 2 Tbs. unsweetened Kool-aid
  • 4 Tbs. cooking oil
  • 1 cup water
  • Large mixing bowl & spoon

    Step 1. Combine flour, salt and Kool-aid drink mix in a large bowl.

    Step 2. Stir in cooking oil and water. Stir until the mix is like bread dough.

    Step 3. Take dough out of bowl and knead it on a floured surface until
    firm. Add a little more flour until if sticky.

    ** HINT ***
    Store dough in Ziploc or other airtight container. Lasts longer if kept in fridge.
    Add some glitter to the dry mix for a sparkly dough.

    Tracey Agranoff is the Assistant Early Childhood Coordinator, Camp Centerland Director at the St. Paul JCC. She is also the Art Director for the Rabbi Bernard S. Raskas Religious School where she has taught for the past 13 years. A published author, Tracey's craft book "Kids Love Jewish Holiday Crafts" can be found internationally.

    Tracey is the co-creator and co-Chair of The Childrens Healing Arts Initiative/CHAI, a fine arts program for children with chronic illness and disabilities and their families. She is also co-creator and co-Chair of Girls On The Move,a self-esteem and body image program for 3rd & 4th grade girls. She has been teaching Art and working with children and families for over 20 years in the Twin Cities and throughout the U.S. Tracey lives with her husband Ken and daughters Samantha and Jessica in St. Paul, Minnesota.

    Categories: Activities, MomShare,

    Tags: , , , , ,
    New FeatureRelated Articles: "I Knead Some Dough" Dough & Clay Recipes: Kids Krafts, ABC Salt Dough,