Here’s a simple two ingredient sensory play dough that kids will enjoy making and playing with. If you want to color it, you will need to add a third ingredient, but it’s still pretty easy to mix up quickly and get into the hands of kids.
The post takes a look at frozen oobleck. Why freeze oobleck? Why not? It’s yet another opportunity to offer busy little brains and fingers a chance to play, explore, and discover. Frozen oobleck is a solid that changes in texture and consistency as it warms up until it eventually behaves like regular oobleck.
Messing with a batch of oobleck offers both a rich sensory experience and a chance to play around with STEM learning. Because of its unique properties, busy little brains and fingers will be drawn to explore oobleck.
Here at Playvolution HQ, we love do it yourself projects and figuring out ways to utilize trash-bound items. That’s why we love this process for extracting color from dried up markers. Below, we’ll explain two methods for color extraction and show how it can be used as paint and colorant for other DIY projects.
This do it yourself project outlines the process for making your own sidewalk chalk. Buying ready made chalk is easier, but making it offers up lots of learning opportunities.
eeltoys.com spokes-kid, Channing, tests out the oobleck she made–with the help of her brother.
In her second oobleck video, eeltoys.com spokes-kid, Channing, adds some color to her concoction.
eeltoys.com spokes-kid, Channing, mixes up a batch of oobleck. She explains it in the video below, but we’ll put it in writing here. To make
If playing with ice cubes is fun, playing with glowing ice cubes is superfun. Here’s how: You’ll Need Vitamin B-50, 2 capsules Plastic bag (maybe)