Bubble & Ice Cream Dough - Two Unique Recipes for Sensory Play!
While traditional oobleck, cloud dough, and playdough offer great sensory experiences for the kiddos, sometimes it's nice to break from the norm and discover new concoctions for your little learners to explore! Enter bubble dough and ice cream dough - two unique mixtures that your kiddos will have a blast with!
Made from two simple ingredients, Kat of Creative Playhouse describes her bubble dough concoction as 'a bit like putty'. The soft, light texture is sure to appeal to little hands and we know your little ones will have a blast exploring how the dough molds, cuts, and holds together! [NOTE: We love that Kat used scented soap to create the dough so that it's a treat for the hands as well as the nose!]
Ice Cream Dough
Perfect for those hot summer days, Catherine of Momma's Fun World used three simple ingredients to create this wonderfully smelly sensory pretend play concoction! Placed in clear containers and set out with ice cream scoops, bowls, cones, toppings, and other ice cream shoppe props, your little ones are sure to have a ball molding the dough into scoops, creating new sundae flavors, and serving their customers. Again, this sensory experience is not only a treat for the eyes and hands, it's also a treat for the nose!
For the full instructions and lots of great pictures of these sensory dough concoctions in action, be sure to visit Creative Playhouse and Momma's Fun World!