Wow! This 2 ingredient snow dough is amazing! It feels just like snow, can be used to build sculptures, and smells amazing! Come take a peak at how to make this amazing NEW sensory material for winter.
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Antarctica Activity with Snow Dough
Kids love snow! But getting everyone all bundled up and ready to play in the snow can be time consuming….. and frustrating when they come in after just a couple minutes because it is too cold outside.
This morning, with a negative temperature reading, we decided that playing outdoors in the snow as an extension to our Antarctica unit just didn’t sound like fun! So….. we came up with something WAY better – Antarctica Activity with Snow Dough.
This recipe feels like snow, builds like snow, feels a little chilly, but does not melt, use snow, or require kids to get their mittens on!
2 Ingredient Snow Dough Recipe
This unassuming recipe might seem too simple to be as cool as I claim it is.
Try it; it is AMAZING!
Simply mix 2 boxes (about 32 oz) of baking soda and a bottle of white hair conditioner (about 10 oz) together.
It literally takes 3 minutes to make!
Now you can play with your indoor, non melting, totally amazing Snow Dough!
We used it as an extension activity to learning about Antarctica by adding these super cute Penguin Toob.
All my kids from Preschool to 2nd grade and 4th grade all had fun playing! When we were done we put it in a large ziplock bag to play with again another day.
This may be our new favorite sensory material – AWESOME!
More Snow & Ice Learning Activities from the Early Elementary Team:
- Snow Shapes with Penguin Shape Printable from Life Over C’s
- Snow Prints Process Art from Still Playing School
- Letter Learning & Spelling With Ice Pens from Preschool Powol Packets
- Snow & Ice – Kids Arts & Crafts Activities from The Natural Homeschool
- Lego Snowflake Symmetry from Rainy Day Mum
- Simple Winter Science How to Catch Snowflakes from Lemon Lime Adventures
- Antarctica Activity with Snow Dough from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
- Snowflake 2nd Grade Math Factors from Look We’re Learning