September 24, 2014

Play Dough Mats

My son had fun when I printed play dough mats last month, you can check my post here.  So just this week, I printed another set of play dough mat and while covering the mats with plastic cover, my son saw it and requested to have a yellow play dough. 



I cooked play dough yesterday while he was in school and he was really surprised when he arrived and saw the play dough in our table. He hugged me and said I love you mommy! #cheesy 



Anyway, we played with the new play dough mats last night. 


Apple tree and Snow Tree

Cactus + Sun

This is my work! :)

Click here for the homemade play dough recipe
Click here to download the play dough mats

10 comments:

  1. Wow! You're so sipag to even cook your own play dough! I tried making one without cooking and after a day it turned very powdery.

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  2. Wow! The mat idea is great! :) I'd have to try that. I don't think I'm sipag enough to cook my own dough though haha.

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    1. It will only take few minutes to cook it. :)

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  3. That seems like a nice and clean activity! haha Will give this a try for my 4 year old. :)

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  4. Oh you do the cooked version. I do the no-cook playdough for my kids using flour, oil, water and food coloring. :)

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  5. Oh that's a wonderful idea! Magaya nga! I have yet to make our own playdough, but what we have is homemade moonsand.

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    1. I'll check that moonsand, first time to hear about that. :)

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  6. This is a great idea this is really perfect for moms with preschool kids.

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  7. This is great! My son doen't want anything sticky but is now starting to play with clay. Thanks for the idea!

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  8. Playdough mats is a great accessory 'cause it lets the kids shape the play dough.

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