playdough


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playdough

(ˈpleɪˌdəʊ)
n
a soft modelling material used by children
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Why do you always have so much playdough at your house?
Rowan also provides information about other services and play resources including recipes for items such as playdough and other sensory play recipes.
I'd be happy with anything - but the worst present I have ever received was a box of playdough that made funny noises when you pushed your fingers into it.
Toddlers can cover themselves in paint, colour walls or squidge playdough into the floor.
Now, The Playdough Poem illustrates how a handful of modeling clay can help everyone understand answers to these questions.
The appendix includes planning sheets, a cake and playdough recipe.
The children have been making playdough, There will be flour in the tuff spot for mark making and sensory play, and shredded paper treasure hunts.
We will miss our times of colouring and playdough, but we know you are an angel in the sky watching over us.