How & Why-Make This Easy Doh Recipe With Your Kids.
by Susie E. Caron (c) 1-25-15
"What can I do today?" young children often ask.
This may or may not be a familiar question in this age of electronics. However, it's ideal to have something else for your kids to do when they are bored, bugging you with endless questions, or needing a good old fashioned hands on activity. Activities, like the one below, will benefit you and your kids in these significant ways:
I saved this recipe I used when my own two children were little.
Now you can make this doh with your kids, and give them some creative fun.
Suggestion: Give them some cookie cutters to work with! Older children could make winter shapes or Valentines. Encourage them to use their imaginations & make creatures!
My Favorite Fun Doh.
NOTE: Adult is needed for the cooking step.
Mix in a saucepan:
1 cup flour
1/2 cup salt
1 cup water
1 Tablespoon Cream of Tartar
1Tablespoon Cooking Oil
Food color, or a package of unsweetened Kool-aid, if desired.
Cook this mixture over low heat stirring constantly until mixture forms a ball. (It works quickly.)
Remove from heat. Allow it to cool until you and the kids can knead it by hand.
This must be stored in air-tight containers, but keeps for weeks.
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Susie E. Caron
Susie E. Caron MA,
Author, Blogger, Podcaster,
Christian, Wife, & Mother, helps build parent-child relationships, 1 blog, book & podcast at a time.
Welcome! I recently retired from combined careers in teaching, psychotherapy, and parent coaching to spend more time writing.
When I'm not busy creating books or articles, you might find me looking for dark chocolate or riding my beautiful horse Apple in the woods and fields of Vermont.
These articles are for educational and self-help purposes only and are not intended as psychotherapy.
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July 13 at 7:17pm ·
Just wanted to say that I love your posts about the different ways to connect/relate/understand your child. It has given me a new approach towards understanding my daughter and allowing HER to tell me how she feels instead of me suggesting to her how she should feel. Thanks Susie!