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How to Make Silly Putty (Without Laughing)

Want to learn how to make silly putty at home?  Our fun-filled silly putty recipe is super-simple, though you do have to find some Borax, and in all honesty, Silly Putty is such fun, you...

Preschool Mixologist: What Two Colors make Red, Blue, or Brown….?

Can two colors make red? Every preschooler knows that Red, Blue, and Green are primary colors. And since Red is a primary color that means it can not be made from either Green or...

Glow, Baby, Glow! Make Slime without Borax or Liquid Starch

You don't need a fancy recipe to make safe slime. But playing in the bathtub does help with the cleanup! How Can You Make Non-toxic Slime without Borax? Skip the Borax, and the Glue, and the...
Oobleck Non-Newtonian Fluid with Colorful Swirls of Food Coloring

Ooey, Gooey Oobleck Recipe: The Dr. Seuss Alternative to PlayDough

Tired of playdough and need an alternative? Try this inexpensive, non-toxic Oobleck recipe, sometimes called “slime”,”ooze,” or “goo”.  This amazing stuff acts like a solid and a liquid at the same time! Oobleck is a...
Toddler fingers touch homemade playdough

Homemade PlayDough Recipe That’s Toddler-Tested, Preschool–Approved

This recipe for playdough -- used by preschools across the country – creates the perfect modeling clay every toddler, preschooler, and child loves. Toddler activities with play dough help develop gross and fine motor...



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