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Playdough Best Recipes and Making the Fun Last

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Here we've got an all-time favourite recipe of early childhood teachers for cooked playdough.  

We also include recipes for:

  • easy peasy uncooked playdough you can do it home, and
  • playdough children can mould into shapes, for Christmas tree ornaments and gifts to be painted later when hardened

Playdough is great fun but when the novelty wears off children can become bored and their creativity  declines.  So we give you some ideas to keep the playdough fun alive, and invite you to contribute your favourite recipes and ideas too.

 

Teachers' All-Time Favourite

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