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.
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.ReplyDelete
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.ReplyDelete
It will only take few minutes to cook it. :)Delete
That seems like a nice and clean activity! haha Will give this a try for my 4 year old. :)ReplyDelete
Oh you do the cooked version. I do the no-cook playdough for my kids using flour, oil, water and food coloring. :)ReplyDelete
Oh that's a wonderful idea! Magaya nga! I have yet to make our own playdough, but what we have is homemade moonsand.ReplyDelete
I'll check that moonsand, first time to hear about that. :)Delete
This is a great idea this is really perfect for moms with preschool kids.ReplyDelete
This is great! My son doen't want anything sticky but is now starting to play with clay. Thanks for the idea!ReplyDelete
Playdough mats is a great accessory 'cause it lets the kids shape the play dough.ReplyDelete