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Pumpkin goop

This is one craft I seen on another page and did not think my kids would enjoy it, but I decided to try it anyway and cross it off my list. Well to my suprise this was a huge hit with my almost 4 year old and 2 year old, and so simple to make.

First in a bowl place some ripped up orange paper. (we just used regular construction paper.)
Then add some really hot water, and let it sit for a few hours.
Once done place all in a blender and mix.
the npalce in a bowl and add some cups, spoons, and other things for you'r kid/kids to have fun with.

Great for sensory play!

note- it is more orange then the color in this photo.


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