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baked cotton balls/ sensory play

In a big bowl mix 2 cups of flour with 2 n half cups of water. Then split up into bowls and add some food coloring. (we used 4 bowls one for each color) Once mixed well dip cotton balls into each color and ocne covered fully place on a baking sheet that has been sprayed with oil. (have fun mixing colors and making new colors) Then baked at 300 Degrees for 45 minutes. After done cooking let cool and have fun breaking them open. If your kid is old enough let them try with a hammer.


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