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Two different sensory play ideas with the same 3 ingredients

Needed~ cornstarch (cornflour in the UK)

First mix the corn starch with shampoo ( we used about 1 1/2 cups of shampoo and about 1 1/2 cups of corn starch..give or take little) 
Keep mixing till a soft dough forms. At first it will be sticky but as kids keep working with it, it will go away. This is the first sensory thing to play with. Very soft and smells amazing. 
(note~ my daughter hands are blue cause of paint she played with before this project, not in this project should stain)
Once done take the container it was mixed in a little bit of the dough and add some water and mix. 
Bubbles start to form cause of the shampoo used.  This is the second sensory play thing. smelled great and leaves a bubble foam to play with. 


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