Who's The Impostor?
We just have to do it. The other day, I prepared some homemade playdough for Little Man to get busy with. I encourage him to have this activity most of the time to enhance his fine motor skills, imagination, and creativity of course.
A few minutes later, he was joined by Little Miss, and soon they were creating masterpieces. I was busy in the kitchen while they were making these so I only had the chance to share the final look.
Below is the Impostor, a character in the famous game, Among Us. You've got to be careful. He's lurking around and just waiting for the best time to attack!
Bam! "Dead body reported!"
I told you, you need to be cautious. Hmmm, the dead body only has one bone! Eeekk!
"Mommy, did you just make dead body stand?" Little Miss asked.
I said yes, but that was only for the picture.
"Dead body cannot stand!"
"Okay, is this how it should be?" I asked and laid down the "dead body".
"Yes, but point the Impostor's weapon at him." Little Miss said.
Meanwhile, back on Earth...
A blue dog just saw a huge red snake. He said his name was Snakey. Not only was Snakey big, but his eyes are big too! His mouth was opened wide ready to snatch its prey.
But Mr. Snakey was cut in half. Hmmm, I have to do something about this...
Back to the blue dog. He also has a blue toilet. He goes poopy over there. :D
The blue dog is a little girl's best friend.
Little Girl also has a swing. She loves playing there. Sometimes she rides the swing together with the blue dog.
How To Make The Homemade Playdough
Making playdough at home is much cheaper and safer than buying commercial ones. All the ingredients can already be found in our kitchen.
Here's a quick guide for you.
You will need:
- 2 cups all purpose flour
- 2 tbsp salt
- 1 tbsp cornstarch
- hot water
- food coloring
Just mix together all the dry ingredients then carefully add hot water. Just add enough water to make it into a firm dough. Do not fret, you can easily adjust the flour and water until you get the consistency you need. Finally, use food coloring to color the dough.
50% of the rewards of this post will go to the @divinekids, for making these cute masterpieces! Mommy only takes credit for preparing the playdough and taking photos.