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Edible moon sand

Very easy all you need is flour, frosting and sugar.
Mix in a bowl 3 tablesppons full of frosting, 1 cup of flour, and 1/4 cup of sugar.
note if to sticky add more flour if it crumbles to easy add more frosting.
This moon sand should hold its shape when press into a mold.
Smells great and is great for sensory play.

note- to make it a larning game. Make different kinds of edible moon sand using different frostings then have ur child guess the different flavors.

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