Hmmmm, I figured we could possibly drive north to catch some snow and play around for a few hours, but then it occurred to me that there must be a way to “make snow.” Find a very easy recipe on how to make some “snow” for an amazingly fun sensory play activity.
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I recently heard that a friend made snow, but one of the ingredients was cornstarch. Not sure about the rest of the recipe. So I gave it some thought and went with what was handy and practical for me at the time.
I chose to try a two-ingredient recipe and it worked out really well.
Make Your own Sensory Play Snow! 2 ingredient Recipe
Yes, that’s it!
Just mix both around until you get the consistency you want.
The more baking soda you use, the thicker it will be (like for snow balls or snowmen).
At the end, they all got hosed off (got off as much as possible) and hosed off the driveway. It was so easy to clean! My kids took a bath afterwards.
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