Pudding Paint!

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There’s a time and a place to play with your food! Especially, when you are a toddler! Let go and let your babies make those messes. The little scientist or artist or designer or engineer or chef or surgeon or pudding maker in them will thank you. The great thing about “painting” with pudding is that it is not only non-toxic, but tasty! You’ll have to feel out when your child can understand the difference between edible painting and non-edible painting. My daughter was very sensory sensitive (sounds, touch) so I was always looking for ways to practice.

Yeah, I went there. We played with pudding paint in the bathtub before their bath one snowed in day on the condition that they didn’t eat it this time. It was a giant mess, but hilarious, and passed a good 30 minutes of time for a 3, 2, and 1 year old. I only wish I would have taken a picture of my husband’s face when he walked in early from work.

And, I’ve busted out the pudding paint on them even this year of 7, 6, & 5 to use as a base for writing letters, spelling words, math sentences, sight words, etc.

All the sudden I have the urge to make grandma’s best chocolate pudding pie. –Shelisa

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