Making Blackberry Playdough and Autumn Blog Hop
It’s Autumn time and we’re doing some fun Autumn activities at the moment enjoying the last weeks of warmth before Autumn closes in completly and one of the things we have done is collecting Blackberries from the bushes in the local park and woods. Our first foraging activity was a little bit of a disaster in the fact that we collected very few blackberries not enough to make anything with so instead I took it as an opportunity to make some blackberry playdough with J and T.
When we got home I set up a messy mat on the floor in case my idea of squashing the blackberries to get out the juice wasn’t as Mess Free as I envisaged. Then I placed the blackberries in a ziplock bag and gave J my rolling pin and he rolled the bag squishing and squashing all of the blackberries and getting the juice from the berries.
T tried to help with the squashing but J was in charge and she was allowed to have a go at the end. Once the blackberries were thoroughly squashed I added a little water to the bag and J and T shook it like mad mixing up the blackberries and water to get as much juice out as possibly.
I always use the same playdough recipe from The Imagination Tree which uses boiling water – so instead of boiling water I put the blackberry juice in the microwave until it was boiling and used that instead. J helped me measure out the other ingredients and then we needed the dough to get it just perfect to play with together.
Now for the blog hop. The following blogs are joining together to cohost an Autumn Blog Hop inviting you to link up your Autumn Posts, pop along to the other blogs and see what fun they have been having this season.
Blogging With Kids – hands on : as we grow – Rainy Day Mum – Love, Play, Learn – AngeliqueFelix.com – 3 DinosaursSugar Snips – Kitchen Counter Chronicles – Inspiration Laboratories – Playful LearnersConfessions of a Montessori Mom – Two Big Two Little – Go Kid YourselfRed Ted Art and Life At The Zoo
Please come and link up below
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