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Messy play...two ideas in one with clean mudd

How to make clean mudd~
In a tub rip up as much toilet paper as you would like to use. For this activity we used one roll. Then add in some soap. Normally people use bar soap that has been shaved but I just used liquid hand soap. Add a little bit of water and mix together. 
This activity was "Let's go mudding!" so we added brown food coloring also. When my kids were over that activity we got out the mud table stuff and they went and made mud pies. Over all it was a easy, fun, messy yet clean activity. I will for sure visit this again. 


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