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  1. U can also use baking soda and conditioner it does the same thing

  2. Christina Marie says:

    Can you store cloud dough or is it a one time deal?

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      You can store it. I just leave it in the tub for a couple weeks before dumping it. I am not sure how long it will last, but that is just what we do. Hope that helps! ๐Ÿ™‚

      1. Christina Marie says:

        Thank you so much ๐Ÿ™‚ My little guy loves this stuff! We used it to write letters in and doubled it as a sensory bin too! I really love your curriculum too. Thank you so much for writing it!

  3. Wish I could make this! We are very limited due to my son’s gluten allergy. He gets hives if he touches flour! Anyways, I love this!

    1. Teaching Mama says:

      That is a bummer! ๐Ÿ™ I’m sorry to hear that. I hope there are some other fun sensory activities he can try! Thanks for your comment ๐Ÿ™‚

    2. I made cloud dough with rice flour last year for my reception class when there was a boy with a gluten allergy in the year. It might not have stuck together quite as much but it worked fine for us fine for us!

    3. Hi! =) We are a gluten free house as well. Gluten allergies are no fun. I decided to try a variation of the recipe. I used equal parts GF flour and baking soda. It worked great!

      1c. GF Flour
      1c. Baking Soda
      I slowly added the oil until I had the right constancy

      I hope this helps. =)

    4. You could use rice or tapioca flour that are gluten free.

  4. We love clud dough at our house!!! Love the different scented cloud dough ideas that you found! We are going to try the peppermint one.

    1. Teaching Mama says:

      Yay! Isn’t it fun? I know, we’re going to try that one too!

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