HOW TO MAKE OUR SAND CLAY RECIPE: 2 cups sand 1 1/2 cups plain flour 1 cup warm water 1 1/4 cups salt Mix together a large bowl and slowly add the warm water, with a large spoon. bake 175 for 3-4 hours

HOW TO MAKE OUR SAND CLAY RECIPE: 2 cups sand 1 1/2 cups plain flour 1 cup warm water 1 1/4 cups salt Mix together a large bowl and slowly add the warm water, with a large spoon. bake 175 for 3-4 hours

Make stress balls out of balloons and either rice, flour, or beans! Take a balloon and stretch it out a little. Then fill it with rice, flour, or beans.( You can use a funnel.) You can decorate them in a million different ways. Lots of fun!

Make stress balls out of balloons and either rice, flour, or beans! Take a balloon and stretch it out a little. Then fill it with rice, flour, or beans.( You can use a funnel.) You can decorate them in a million different ways. Lots of fun!

Make your own play sand (moon sand) - easy to do with just flour and oil!

Make your own play sand (moon sand) - easy to do with just flour and oil!

How to make 3-Ingredient DIY puffy paint for kids. This homemade paint is easy to make recipe with step-by-step instructions, including photos.

How to make 3-Ingredient DIY puffy paint for kids. This homemade paint is easy to make recipe with step-by-step instructions, including photos.

recipe for clay jewelry.  3/4 cup flour  1/2 cup cornstarch  1/2 cup salt  1 tbsp warm water or as needed {I used 8 tablespoons}  liquid tempera paint & paint brush

recipe for clay jewelry. 3/4 cup flour 1/2 cup cornstarch 1/2 cup salt 1 tbsp warm water or as needed {I used 8 tablespoons} liquid tempera paint & paint brush

Students with special learning needs often have various sensory issues.  This moon sand is a great way to help your students get that input they need without all the mess.  You could even make it as part of your science lesson!  Get all the directions at:  http://lessonslearntjournal.com/d-i-y-moon-sand-or-cloud-dough/

Students with special learning needs often have various sensory issues. This moon sand is a great way to help your students get that input they need without all the mess. You could even make it as part of your science lesson! Get all the directions at: http://lessonslearntjournal.com/d-i-y-moon-sand-or-cloud-dough/

Pinterest
Search