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Fun Ways to Incorporate Playdough into Learning and Play in Art and craft activities

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If you’re running out of ideas for imaginative activities in the classroom, why not give old school playdough ago? Playdough activities are a great way to teach toddlers and preschool-aged children fine motor skills, creativity, and sensory experience.

But why stop with your younger kids? Playdough also is an effective tool in primary-aged children’s learning and play, and our list below will give you some creative new ways to engage your kids. PLAYDOUGH AND ART ACTIVITIES FOR TODDLERS/PRESCHOOLERS Playdough and tools– Interacting with playdough using tools is a great way to develop muscle strength and coordination in the fingers, hands and arms.

Some tools to experiment with can include rolling pins, safety scissors, plastic safety knives and forks (not sharp), chopsticks (to stick in/decorate the playdough), cookie cutters, tongs and pencils to write/draw in the dough.

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