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Girl Playing with Colorful Playdough

Homemade Play Dough RecipesThis page is about homemade play dough. It is easy to make and many fun things can be made with this medium.

 

Dandelion Playdough - ball of dough with dandelion flowers next to it

Dandelion PlaydoughThis is an easy to make recipe for homemade play dough that uses dandelion flowers for natural coloring! Advertisement

 

Homemade Air Dry Clay - hand holding a large ball of clay

Homemade Air Dry ClayMake this easy air dry clay to help amuse your kids during school vacations. This clay is made with ingredients you may already have at home and will stay soft and flexible.

 

dinosaur made out of brown playdough

Chocolate Scented PlaydoughAdd cocoa to your homemade playdough recipe for a fun, fragrant modeling mixture for the kids and adults to create with. Learn how to make chocolate scented playdough here.

 

Soft Silky Play Dough

Soft Silky Play DoughMaking your own play dough at home is easy. Use this recipe to make your play dough extra soft and silky. This is a page about soft silky play dough.

 

little girl with a ball of the dough

How to Make Shaving Cream Snow DoughMix shaving cream and baking soda to make this fun to play with dough. This is a page about how to make shaving cream snow dough.

 

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Making No-Cook PlaydohThis is a page about making no-cook playdoh. An easy recipe for play dough that doesn't need to be cooked and can provide lots of creative fun for youngsters.

 

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Edible Play DoughMix first 4 ingredients together. Add powdered sugar. Knead it. Divide and add food coloring. Keep refrigerated to keep from spoiling when not in use. You can replace vanilla with flavored extracts to give flavor other than just plain sweetness.

 

Child playing with dough in large storage bin.

Cloud DoughMake cloud dough for your little ones to play with. A great sensory activity. It sticks together like wet sand would.

 

little girl with a ball of the dough

Shaving Cream Snow DoughThis dough is very easy to make and my kids love it. It's even kinda cold when you are working with it. My daughter loves making snowmen with her dough. It's a big hit.

 

Rolls of colorful homemade playdough

Homemade PlaydoughMake homemade playdough with your little ones. The recipe is edible, just in case some goes in the mouth.

 

Dandelion Playdough - ball of dough with dandelion flowers next to it

Dandelion PlaydoughThis is an easy to make recipe for homemade play dough that uses dandelion flowers for natural coloring!

 

balls of colored play dough

Homemade Play DoughMy kids love this play dough. I have made just about every kind you can imagine, but we always go back to this one. The texture is amazing. It's very soft and silky. It's perfect for little hands.

 

play dough rose

Soft Silky Play DoughThis dough is amazing. It is made with conditioner and corn starch. The texture is very soft and silky. It's perfect for younger kids because it is so easy to work with. Just keep an eye on them, to make sure they don't try to eat it. The dough feels wonderful.

 

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A child's hand in a container of pink flubber.

Homemade FlubberThis homemade flubber is a great toy for a preschooler. It can be used over and over again. Learn how to make it in this short video.

 

No-Cook Playdoh

No-Cook PlaydohKids love playdoh and it is easy to make at home. Learn how to make it in this short video.

 

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