Germ Zapping homemade playdough/Calming playdough

What if I told you that you could make playdough in less than 5 minutes in the comfort of your home.

Save yourself a little bit of money, encourage relaxation and focus with lavender playdough.

Keep the germs away with this easy to make germ zapping playdough.

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I often hear there isn’t enough time, and sure it may seem easier to just to pick up a thing of playdough to keep your kids entertained.  But it’s also unbelievably simple to create playdough that is safe for little hands.

Recipe from our home to yours.

Using Young Living Essential oils.

Germ Zapping Playdough

1 cup flour

1/2 cup salt

2 Tablespoons oil

3 tablespoons cream of tarter (3 tablespoons vinegar if you don’t have cream of tartar lying around)

1 cup water

5 drops Thieves Young Living Essential Oil

Food Dye is optional

Add all ingredients into a pot and cook on medium heat.  Stirring constantly until dough resembles playdough.

Store in airtight container for up to 2 months.  I do regularly add drops of Thieves.

This is perfect for when you’ve come home from a birthday party, or grocery store.  Of course I have the kids wash their hands first.  This is just a little secret from my home to yours.

Calming Playdough

1 cup water

1 cup flour

1/2 cup salt

2 Tablespoons oil

3 Tablespoons cream of tartar

5 drops lavender Young Living essential oil

Food dye is optional.  I usually choose a color that isn’t too overstimulating if I plan to use this as a calm down tool in our house.

Add all ingredients into a pot and cook on medium heat.  Stirring constantly until dough resembles playdough.

Store in airtight container for up to 2 months.  I do regularly add drops of Lavender.

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With two kids with sensory differences these two playdough recipes get a lot of use in our house.  I am a firm believer in essential oils abilities to heal.

I hope you enjoy!

Danielle

 

 

 

Author: Danielle

Danielle is a modern day homesteader. She moved from the suburbs of California to the High Desert with her husband and two kids to live a more balanced life. An experienced Autism mom, using animals and nature to work through the struggles of raising two kids on the spectrum. Danielle is writing her first book. A longtime freelancer, and blogger. Daughter of the King.

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