|My son with his baked playdough creation|
So, a large gathering of geese is called a gaggle. A group of bears is called a sloth(or sleuth). A group of crows is called a murder...or you could have a bale of turtles, a float of alligators, a swift of tigers, a rumba of rattlesnakes...But I have never found what a large group of children is called. Any ideas? Maybe a headache of children would work...or maybe a wonder of children. I will let you decided.
This weekend we had a large_______ (you fill in your desired word from above) of children. And yes, I did enjoy every minute of it...OK...well most of it at least.
Here is a fun idea of how to entertain a ________of children for the day. At our house, from two years old to thirteen years old, the children were immersed in their creations for hours...
2 cups salt
5 cups flour
2 cups warm water
1. Put all the ingredients into a bowl and mix well. Add extra water if needed to make the dough easy to handle. Kneed with hands until the desire consistency. (I did add a Kool-Aid package to the flour to give a light peach colour and a orange scent...just so it was more pleasant in appearance)