Paint and Playdough~kid activities and recipes featured from The Kids Co-op {and this weeks link up 7-18}

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This Weeks Features

Paint and Playdough kid activities and recipes featured from the Kids co-op {and this weeks link up 7-18}


1.  Playdough Fun by JDaniel 4’s Mom

Dig Into Construction Sites- Play Dough Fun
2.  Playdough Reciep For Play by JDaniel 4’s Mom

Play Dough Recipe for Play {Reviews and Fun}
3.  Playdough Monsters by Picklebums on Village Voice
Play-Doh monsters #magicofplay
4.  Glowing Salt Dough by Craftulate 
5.  Jello Playdough by Craftulate
6.  Scented Sidewalk Chalk by Learn Play Imagine
7.  Kool Aid Finger Paint by  Learn Play Imagine

8.  Tea Bag Painting by Play Learn Love
creative art tea bag painting
9.  Edible Bath Paint by Jellibean Journal
edible bath paint for babies and toddlers

10.  Homemade Coconut Sand Playdough from Mom To 2 Posh Lil Divas (guest post by FSPDT)




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