Kids Creative Chaos: Sensory Activities: Edible Straw Painting for Toddlers ~ Yum!

Sensory Activities: Edible Straw Painting for Toddlers ~ Yum!

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Edible Painting with Straws is Fun, Sensory Activity for Toddlers

Toddlers love to play with straws. One of the first milestones is learning to drink out of a straw. Blowing through a straw if also a fun, sensory experience for toddlers. This activity uses both. It is fun to watch them practice. Grab a cottonball to teach them to blow through the straw and then mix up some edible paint to make these cool, colorful blot pictures.

Edible Painting with Straws is Fun, Sensory Activity for Toddlers
Our paint isn't just edible; it is yummy too!
Yummy edible milk paint recipe
Neon food color, maple syrup, milk, and cornstarch. Mix in three equal parts syrup, milk, and starch. Add one or two drops of color.
Little ones learn to blow thru the straw vs. sucking ~ not as easy as it seems.
It makes great finger-paint too.

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