This brilliant play dough recipe smells just like Christmas! The cinnamon, cloves and orange zest combine to give a festive aroma to the kitchen and little hands as they play with this delightfully squishy mixture!
Eating your play-thing? Sure, why not? It makes it a little nicer when there is a peanut-buttery taste to it! Get the kids in the kitchen helping out to make one of the coolest play dough recipes yet - peanut butter play dough.
Because playdough effectively bends to a child's will, it is a very good activity for giving them confidence in their own creativity and ideas: anything is possible with playdough! This particular activity can be a good tool for teaching your child about feelings and moods.
Playdough is the ideal way to engage children who otherwise do not like sitting still: it is hands-on and it bends to their will giving instant gratification. This playdough Pictionary game is great for older children or children who like to be challenged.
Making 3D shapes may sound difficult but with this salt play dough recipe and a little help from our printable worksheet, it is easy! Learn all about the shapes while hanging out in the kitchen.
A great activity to suit just about any age, this play dough fun will encourage learning through play with colouring pages and certainly keep the kids between the lines. You can create your own play dough just about any colour imaginable, and suit any picture the kids choose.
Playdough is an ideal way to fire up your child;s imagination. It is easy to model and develops fine motor skills, coordination and confidence. This game with its hands-on approach to learning about shapes, will be particularly good for engaging boys.
Add a little (calorie-free!) cheer this Valentines Day with this super-easy chocolate play dough recipe. This sensory dough is delicious to play with and you can add a little role-playing fun into the mix.