In our child-centered atmosphere, children in our daycare learn to develop skills through activities and play.
Preschools help children develop their cognitive, verbal, and perceptual skills. Our play-based preschool programs improve your child’s social skills allowing them to learn beyond exploring and participating in activities that inspire their curiosity.
Making playdough at home is a great way to have fun with your children while engaging in learning activities that stimulate your child’s brilliant explorative mind while making use of their fine motor skills.
An Easy to Make no-cook recipe that is so soft.
Have fun sharing this activity with your kids and save money
3/4 cup of boiling water
1/4 cup salt
1 tbsp. cream of tartar
1 tbsp. vegetable oil
1 tbsp. glycerin (optional) although makes it shiny
1.25 cup all purpose flour
Colouring – natural fruit juices (enough to create your desired colour)
Measure the boiling water and set it aside.
Place the rest of the ingredients in a bowl and whisk, mixing thoroughly well.
Measure the water using your dry measuring set and add it to the bowl, giving it a quick mix with a wooden spoon. Set the dough aside to cool for about 5 minutes.
The mixture may seem wet and sticky, as you dump it on the counter.
Knead the dough thoroughly until it is cooled, smooth and squishy.
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