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Monster Goo Sensory Dough

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scott Tube-Free. All opinions are 100% mine.

What is more fun for a kid then getting ooey gooey and having a blast? As a parent, we want to do fun things with our kids. We don’t always have the time or the supplies for things we find on Pinterest. This recipe is super easy and only uses 3 household ingredients you’re sure to have around the house and will keep your kids playing long enough for you to get something done.

Monster goo sensory play dough for kids

Ingredients needed:

  • 1 Roll of Scott Tube-Free toilet paper
  • 1 Bar of soap
  • 1 Cup of water
  • Optional: You can add food coloring or glitter for more fun


The steps are about as easy as the ingredients are.

First: Grate the bar of soap.


Second: Add warm water and mix. Soap will become soft and squishy in the water.


Third: Unroll the toilet paper and add to water. This is where Scott Tube-Free toilet paper comes in handy. No waste with the roll or trying to figure out what to do with it. Have your kids start squishing with their hands.


This may take a while to get to the dough stage. The kids have a good time while doing it though. If you want your dough wet and sloppy, you can add more water.


After your dough is done, have fun playing with it, and piece of mind that you can use every part and don’t have to make useless trash with the roll. Try out cookie cutters, too, to make fun shapes with their new sensory dough.

Scott Tube-Free works like a regular roll, just without the waste. I like this new toilet paper innovation. It’s the first major innovation in the past 100 years. What good is the card board roll anyway?

Did you know that 17 billion rolls are wasted annually? That is enough to fill the Empire State Building twice. Way too much unnecessary waste.

With Scott Tube-Free toilet paper rolls, every part of the toilet paper roll is usable. What better and easier way is there to contribute to a cleaner environment?


Scott Tube-Free toilet paper is available at many local retailers including Walmart, Target and many other local and online stores nationwide. National Toilet Paper Day is August 26th.

Join us for National Toilet Paper Day in helping to save the environment with a Scott Coupon. Start making this small, easy switch in your household and start leaving a bigger, better impact on the environment today with Scott Tube-Free toilet paper.

What switches has your household made to have an environmental impact?


Thursday 3rd of September 2015

This is such a smart idea. My toddler would totally love this sensory dough!

Nina Lewis

Wednesday 2nd of September 2015

I'm dropping by from the Worthwhile Wednesday link party. This looks like such a fun activity for kids. Ooey, gooey fun!

I have a link party that I am trying to grow. I invite you to share this ideas (and a couple of other ones) at my Grandma Ideas Sharing Time link party at My readers would love this idea as much as I do!

My link party goes from Wednesday through Friday night at midnight Mountain Daylight Time. I hope that you will be able to make it.

All the best, Nina


Wednesday 2nd of September 2015

Wow! That looks really neat. I have a kiddo with SPD so this would be fun to make!


Wednesday 2nd of September 2015

My two beautiful little very mischievous girls would love this! ;)

Jennifer Pridemore

Tuesday 1st of September 2015

I had no idea that Scott had tube free toilet paper! That's pretty cool. My daughter would love this Monster Goo sensory dough. Can't wait to make her some!

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