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Story Soup Kids - Mixing up their next great adventure


Pasta Letters
Story Soup
Sweet Creations
Stir until Done
Peas -n- Carrots

Flart:  Use the Gloop in an open small container:  Press into it with fingers to make a farting noise.


Yummy Necklace

Shoestring licorice
Cereal with holes (such as Fruit Loops)
Candy with holes

Thread candy or cereal on licorice. Tie ends together. Eat!

Craft Recipes


8 oz white craft glue
1 cup water
1 cup warm water
1-1/2 teaspoons borax powder
Tempera paint (mix colors if desired)

1. Pour the glue into a large bowl. Add water and stir until blended. Add a few drops of paint and stir until mixed well. Set this mixture aside.
2. In a small bowl, stir together the warm water and borax powder until the powder dissolves.
3. Slowly pour this mixture into the glue mixture, stirring continually for two minutes.
4. Knead the gloop with your hands until it's smooth and stretchy.

Store in an airtight container.


Fruity Putty

1 small package of sugar free fruit flavored gelatin **
2 cups flour
1 cup salt
4 tablespoons cream of tartar
2 cups boiling water
2 tablespoons cooking oil

Put the first 4 ingredients into a pan. Add the boiling water and cooking oil. Stir over medium-high heat until the mixture forms a ball.

Place the ball on waxed paper and cool. Store in an airtight container.

** Use different flavors to make all different colors and smells.

*Children should always be supervised when preparing or cooking in the kitchen.

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Stir until Done

Kids in the Kitchen
Little Cook-Book for a Little Girl
Seasonal / Holiday Recipes
Food Recipes
Edible Clay
Edible Finger Paint
Craft Recipes

Craft Recipes

Cooked Clay
Homemade Glue
Makeup for Costume Play
Modeling Clay
Non-Cooked Clay
Sidewalk Chalk Eggs


Silly Putty

Mix two parts white glue with 1 part liquid starch. Let it dry before using. Store in an air-tight container.


Flower Potpourri

Petals from fragrant flowers or herbs .


Dry the flower petals on a piece of papertowl or hang them from a coat hanger with string.

When they are dry, grind them up in a blender. Store in an airtight container.

To use: Pour into a bowl and let it sit out or place in a potpourri pot.