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How to Make Moon Sand – Recipe

How to Make Moon Sand - Recipe So how do you make moon sand? Do you have baby oil and all purpose flour in your home right now? If, so, then you have everything you need to make this recipe. Kids LOVE it!

How to Make Moon Sand – Recipe

So how do you make moon sand? Do you have baby oil and all purpose flour in your home right now? If, so, then you have everything you need to make this recipe. Kids LOVE it!

 

Make this moldable moon sand for the sensory table. I promise your children will thank you.

Try adding moon sand to an oversized bin and placing beach items in the mixture.  Add rocks and dump trucks to the bin…. the kids will LOVE IT!

 

Ingredients:
5 cups of all purpose white flour
1 Cup of baby oil

Directions:
1.) Measure out the ingredients into a bowl.

2.) Mix together.

That is it! Simple, interactive, fun play!

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