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I have joined some other bloggers to share recipes and posts about sensory dough called the Twelve Months of Sensory Dough, and this month’s play dough is snow dough. When I think of snow, I think of white, and since marshmallow fluff worked so well in the sweet potato play dough, then I thought I would use it to make a snowy play dough. It turned out really well and has a bit of a rubbery consistency. It is stiff, light, and stretchy. I kept it in the refrigerator over night and in the morning it was hard as a rock so I put it in the microwave for 10 seconds and it was soft and rubbery again.

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I used ½ a cup of marshmallow fluff and a ½ a cup of corn start with a teaspoon of oil to help it blend. I mixed the corn starch into the fluff a little at a time because too much corn starch will make it dry and crumbly. You may not have to use all of the cornstarch.

This is a dough that the kids can help mix, although it can be messy until all of the ingredients get mixed together. Once it was mixed, mine continued to be a little tack, but not much. It is a rubbery and stretchy type of dough.

This dough tastes deliciously like marshmallows.

Recipe for Rubbery Marshmallow Play Dough:
½ cup marshmallow fluff
½ cup corn starch
1tsp. oil

Combine marshmallow and oil (you can microwave the marshmallow fluff for 10 seconds to help with mixing). Mix in the cornstarch a bit at a time to make sure that you don’t use too much.

Skills:
Fine motor
Cooking
Sensory

Check out the other posts about snowy play dough in the 12 Months of Sensory Dough series.

twelve months of sensory dough

Experimenting with Snow Dough | Lemon Lime Adventures

How to Make Snow Dough (Taste Safe) | Powerful Mothering

Book-Inspired Snow Dough Sensory Play | Stir the Wonder

Snow Fairy Small World with Snow Sensory Dough | Still Playing School

Snow dough Slime Recipe | Little Bins for Little Hands

Snow Dough Science | Raising Lifelong Learners

A Snowy Day Snow Dough Play | Natural Beach Living

Frozen Snow Dough | Sugar Aunts

| Glittering Muffins

Edible Snow Dough | Wildflower Ramblings

| The Life of Jennifer Dawn

Baby Cereal Snow Dough | Creative World of Varya

Vitamin E Snow Dough Recipe | FSPDT

Rubbery Marshmallow Play Dough | Therapy Fun Zone

Snow Dough & Outdoor Play | Peakle Pie

Music Inspired Snow Dough | Witty Hoots

Glittery Snow Dough | In The Playroom

Arctic Small World Snow Dough | Best Toys 4 Toddlers

Snow Dough Frozen Inspired Small World | Preschool Inspirations

Sparkly Taste Safe Snow Dough for Toddler & Preschool Sensory Play | Bare Feet on the Dashboard

Fizzy, Frozen Snow Dough | It’s A Long Story

Frozen Inspired Snow Dough | The Pleasantest Thing

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Tonya is a pediatric Occupational Therapist, and loves creating things to work on skills and solve problems.

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