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From the South: I-95 N. Take exit 18 for Thurbers Ave. toward US1. Keep left at the fork. Follow signs for Eddy St. Go under the overpass to traffic light. Continue straight, to intersection. Meeting Street School will be on the right. Turn right onto Eddy St. Continue straight, passing Dunkin Donuts on the right & Wendy?s on the left. At traffic light near hospitals, turn left onto Dudley St. Continue straight at 1st stop sign. At the 2nd stop sign, at the end of a parking lot, turn left onto Prairie Ave. Take your first left onto Blackstone St. We are on the right, across from Flynn Elementary School. From the North: I-95 S: Take exit 19 Eddy St. Continue straight on exit toward traffic lights. Samuel Dental Center will be in the gated area on the right. Turn right onto Eddy St. You will pass the main entrance to RIH. At the next traffic light you will turn right onto Dudley St. Please follow directions from above.

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Learning at Home

Play Dough Recipe

You Will Need:

1 cup salt 
1 cup flour 
2 cups water with food coloring 
2 tablespoons oil 
Optional: add 2 teaspoons cream of tartar to make dough last longer
Large saucepan
Cookie cutters 
Rolling pin 
Tray 
Airtight container for storage

Directions:

Have your child measure and mix dry ingredients in a saucepan and stir well. Slowly add water and stir well. Then, you can cook the mixture over medium heat, stirring constantly. When it has formed a lump, put it on the tray to cool. After it is cool, invite your child to play with it while you are cooking dinner.

Tip:

Let your child choose the color of the food coloring. You may need to help your child measure ingredients. While mixing them, talk about the changes you see. While your child is playing with the dough, ask him what he is making. Store the dough in the refrigerator.


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