Easy Recipe for Sensory Snow
What I used:
peppermint extract or Young Living Peppermint Essential Oil 5 ml
I also made a batch with Eucalyptus 100% Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil- 10 ml. Both scents work great. This can also be beneficial for kids with head colds. The scents help clear the nose while playing.
What I did:
I took a large bowl( one I bought at target a few years ago) and dumped one box of baking soda in to it. I took blue glitter and sprinkled it in. I added a few Tablespoons of water at a time until it was sticking together. You do not want to add too much water. Just enough to hold the powder together. If you do add to much water, add more baking powder.
I am so excited to team up with the ever so creative and inspiring Heather of Crayon Box Chronicles to bring you a new series, Sensational Winter Sensory Play for the next 3 Sundays! This sensory snow was the perfect medium for our first play activity. Be sure to check back Friday to see how you can put this snow to use.
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