Fall Orange Scented Play Dough

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If you are looking for a kids activity that includes the wonderful smell of the holidays this Orange-Scented Play Dough should work for you!

Oranges I know ripen at different times of the year – depending on the variety and the place they are growing of course, but somehow I just associate orange and spice with the fall and winter season.

Easy to make Orange Scented Play Dough - Will last for months!

This Scented Dough was the perfect addition to our fall table at school and worked very nicely with the cinnamon-scented – no cream of tartar play dough and no-cook clove-scented play dough we also included… all the smells together smelled wonderful!

Orange-Scented Dough Ingredients

This play dough uses the same base as our ‘best play dough ever.’ It does need a little cook – but the cooking is totally worth it – as it lasts for MONTHS in the fridge in a sealed zip lock or container.

LASTS FOR MONTHS - this Orange Scented Play Dough is so easy to make and is such a fun interesting sensory play activity for Children!

Orange-Scented Play Dough Ingredients:

How?

  1. Add a few drops of food coloring (orange) to the water and stir in well.
  2. Mix all the ingredients together in a big pot and then put it onto the stove.
  3. At first, the mixture is quite runny, but after a few minutes on the stove, it forms a dough.
  4. Keep string continuously, make sure to stir the bottom of the pot so it does not burn.
  5. In about 2 minutes your mixture will be like dough.
  6. Take it out, allow it to cool and knead like bread a few times.
  7. Add the Orange Oil – a few drops – to the dough as you knead it. Your hands will smell lovely afterward!

LASTS FOR MONTHS - this Orange Scented Play Dough is so easy to make and is such a fun interesting sensory play activity for Children! We LOVE it!

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