7 Halloween Cloud Dough Ideas for Kids

Halloween Cloud dough for kids FB — Activity Craft Holidays, Kids, Tips

Whip up a swift batch of Halloween cloud dough. Here are 7 concepts to maintain little ones engaged in sensory play that are slightly spooky.

Have you ever created cloud dough? It’s SUPER uncomplicated and little ones really like it!

If this is your initially attempt, be confident to check out our post and video on How to Make Cloud Dough to enable you get began.

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At my art classes, cloud dough is like a magnet that draws little ones in and holds their consideration for very a lengthy time.

It inspires inventive play and is entertaining to mold, creating it the fantastic sensory material for little ones. (If you’d like other concepts for sensory play supplies we have a complete list of favorites.)

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At The Artful Parent, we get truly excited about Halloween. DIY Halloween costumes, Halloween arts &amp crafts activities, and cute and slightly spooky Halloween decorations make this month such entertaining with little ones.

Halloween cloud dough for kids

It seemed only suitable to merge our Halloween really like with cloud dough.

I teamed up with our editorial coordinator, Andrea Martelle, to build these entertaining variations of Halloween cloud dough for little ones. We hope you are inspired to build your personal with your little ones.

Halloween Cloud Dough for Kids

Chocolate cloud dough
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1. Chocolate Candy Corn Cloud Dough

Mix in cocoa powder to the simple cloud dough recipe and incorporate. This is added cute with candy corns and tiny pumpkins.

Autumn cloud dough for kids
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2. Cute Kitties + Pumpkins

Candy pumpkins, black sprinkles and cat candles make a entertaining addition to this sensory play baking setup for little ones.

Black cloud dough with spiders and bones — Activity Craft Holidays, Kids, Tips
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3. Spooky Spider Cloud Dough

Find some spiders, bats and major eye sprinkles to add a slightly spooky twist to this variation.

Child playing with sensory play bin
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4. Purple Monster Mash

A mix of spiky balls, candy pumpkins and eye sprinkles make the purple cloud dough truly pop.

Halloween cloud dough — Activity Craft Holidays, Kids, Tips

5. Slithering Snake Cloud Dough

Halloween mini erasers, plastic snakes and colorful balls provide an fascinating sensory play set up for little ones.

Bones and candy corn cloud dough — Activity Craft Holidays, Kids, Tips
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6. Skulls + Bones

Find tiny bones, skulls or skeletons to throw in the cloud dough. Candy corn adds a good contrast!

Monster cloud dough
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7. Creepy Monster Halloween Cloud Dough

Eyeballs! Glowing hands! What other spooky additions could possibly you add?

Cloud dough & painted pumpkins
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Questions about Cloud Dough for Kids

  1. What components do I have to have?
  • 1 cup infant oil (vegetable oil also operates, but does not maintain as effectively)

2. How lengthy does it take to make?

Cloud dough comes collectively promptly. Allow 5-10 minutes to mix up a new batch.

3. How do I colour the cloud dough?

To colour the cloud dough, add candy food coloring (standard meals coloring and gel meals coloring will not work!)

Combine meals coloring and oil just before incorporating into the flour.

4. What age is fantastic for cloud dough?

Set up a sensory tray or bin for older babies and toddlers to discover this entertaining material! (Keep in thoughts, cloud dough ought to not be ingested as it consists of raw flour).

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