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Playdough Playtime Activities
Here are your activities for the week. Click on the titles if you need more detailed instructions!
AM – Homemade Playdough
There are several recipes in the link above that you can try. Make a few and find your favorite texture!
After you get done practicing letters, have your child make their name or even play a game of tic-tac-toe!
AM – Mr. Playdough Face
You can have a lot of fun with this, making silly eyes, noses, and mouths for some really crazy combos.
PM – Beaded Snails Craft
Use a drying dough or clay if you want to keep this project or just standard playdoh if you don’t plan on saving it.
Give the whole family full makeover by making these play mats and dressing everyone up in playdough.
The bright colors of this watermelon playdough makes this such a visually appealing project, plus is a great segue to a snack of watermelon!
AM – Playdough Spelling
If you don’t have or can’t find stamps for this activity, no worries! Use some alphabet magnets and larger pieces of playdoh.
This is such a fun way to get some sorting and color practice, plus it can even work fine motor stills as kids pick up the buttons or other small items to match up.
AM – Playdough Animals
We used beads and googly eyes to make accents on our animals, but feel free to hunt around the house for other things to make textures and features.
Check the Dollar Store or local big box store to find some cheap plastic insects for this project. If you can’t locate them, make your fossils from toy cars, action figures, or whatever you have on hand!