"Better than salt dough? 1/2 cup cornstarch, 1 cup baking soda, 3/4 cup water. Bake at 175 for about an hour. Can paint, seal, or leave matte white.

Better Than Salt Dough (Homemade Clay for Ornaments or Handprints)

"Better than salt dough? 1/2 cup cornstarch, 1 cup baking soda, 3/4 cup water. Bake at 175 for about an hour. Can paint, seal, or leave matte white.

Baking Soda Clay -1 cup corn starch  2 cups baking soda  1.25 cups cold water  Combine in a pot, stir until smooth, cook over low-med flame stirring constantly till resembling mashed potatoes- allow to cool - keep covered so it won't dry out - shape your piece, let dry for 2 days or place in 150 degree oven cracked open or in a 350 degree oven that has been turned off after reaching 350 degrees

Baking Soda Clay -1 cup corn starch 2 cups baking soda 1.25 cups cold water Combine in a pot, stir until smooth, cook over low-med flame stirring constantly till resembling mashed potatoes- allow to cool - keep covered so it won't dry out - shape your piece, let dry for 2 days or place in 150 degree oven cracked open or in a 350 degree oven that has been turned off after reaching 350 degrees

Cornstarch and baking soda clay that dries like porcelain. Easier than salt dough, and comes out as a beautiful white.

Cornstarch and baking soda clay that dries like porcelain. Easier than salt dough, and comes out as a beautiful white.

Did this today. So easy (takes 5 minutes) and so fun! We're waiting for ours to dry, and we'll paint them tomorrow.

Baking Soda Modeling Clay

Did this today. So easy (takes 5 minutes) and so fun! We're waiting for ours to dry, and we'll paint them tomorrow.

Your little ones will erupt in fascination over these 10 DIY volcano experiments. (via Inspiration Labortories)

10 Ways to Make a Volcano with Kids

Baking soda dough sea creatures.  This would be a great activity to do after a lesson about sea creatures such as starfish, coral, or sand dollars.

Baking Soda Dough

Baking soda dough sea creatures. This would be a great activity to do after a lesson about sea creatures such as starfish, coral, or sand dollars.

Pinterest
Search