Quickly whip up a fresh batch of play dough for your preschoolers with this simple recipe. Finding an easy, no-cook play dough recipe that has the right consistency can be frustrating. This recipe checks all the boxes, be sure to bookmark or pin to easily find us again.
Play dough is a staple in many early learning environments. Preschoolers love to manipulate play dough in a variety of ways. In addition to being tons of fun, playing with play dough is a super workout for little fingers.
Use these counting mats with your favorite dough recipe, or your favorite math counters such as pom poms or mini erasers. As a bonus, this activity helps build both math, and motor skills.
These fun Winter Play Dough Mats are a great addition to early learning centers this season. These mats are easy to use! Simply print, laminate, and set out with your favorite dough.
Do you want to build a dough man? C'mon let's go and play! Sorry I couldn't resist!
Are you struggling with how to make white dough? No fear friends! Below you will find instructions and a free printable copy of our favorite white snow dough recipe , along with some fun suggestions for how to use it.
Learning shape attributes is an important goal for preschoolers.
Beyond learning to identify shapes, these 2D Shape Dough Mats encourage children to learn how shapes are formed.
Using dough to learn shapes supports children as they learn what makes a circle a circle, how many sides a rhombus has, and all the curves and lines that make up each unique shape.
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