Sensory Activities Using Koolaid

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There are so many fun sensory activities out there, that use all types of ingredients, but I would’ve never considered using Koolaid!

Kool AidI have been finding the coolest sensory activities that use Koolaid! It is bright and full of pretty colors, and it also smells great. Koolaid can make for an amazing ingredient for these fun sensory activities!

DIY Edible Homemade Rainbow Playdough with Koolaid from Surviving a Teacher Salary
DIY Edible Homemade Play Dough Recipe with Koolaid- Rainbow Colors

Kool-Aid Dyed Rice Tutorial from Mama Miss
kool aid dyed rice

Growing a Jeweled Rose has tons of fun kool-aid ideas!

Kool Aid Slime
Kool-aid Slime- edible, easy to make, and borax free!

Kool-Aid Bubbles Recipes
Kool-aid Bubbles Recipe- my kids played four hours!

Kool Aid Dyed Pasta 

Kool-Aid Foam 
Kool-aid FOAM!  Gloriously scented, delightfully fluffy, and irresistibly squishy!  Oh, and the best part is that you can most likely go into your kitchen and make it right now!

Paint made from Kool-Aid:
“Magic” Scented Foaming Paint from Two Daloo
"Magic" Scented Foaming Paint at Twodaloo-just two ingredients!

Kool Aid Spray Paint Fun from Mommas Fun World

Painting with Kool-Aid from Teach Preschool
Painting with kool-aid in preschool
Edible Kool Aid Paint
from Sow Sprout Play
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Written by Sarah

Sarah

Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate!) She is a an eclectic,Charlotte Mason style homeschooler and has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!

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