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  • The girls continued the process of rolling out the playdough, coloring it some more, and then rolling it out again for over 30 minutes. Such a successful morning exploration. Look at the unique playdough color we were left with in the end! I love how each time we do this it will result in completely different results. So much fun!

    Once in a ball the playdough was colored again and then rolled out again. Look at the gorgeous marbelization that occurred! Charlotte was inspired to create a bakery shop with our .

  • Learning how to make playdough is something every family should do, it’s so easy and the possibilities with using it for activities and learning are endless. We recently made a batch and as we were mixing up the colors I realized it would be fun to make a Rainbow Playdough Color Wheel to introduce my kids to color theory through play.

    Learning how to make playdough is something every family should do, it’s so easy and the possibilities with using it for activities and learning are endless. We recently made a batch and as we were mixing up the colors I realized it would be fun to make a Rainbow Playdough Color Wheel to introduce my kids to color theory through play.

  • Learning how to make playdough is something every family should do, it’s so easy and the possibilities with using it for activities and learning are endless. We recently made a batch and as we were mixing up the colors I realized it would be fun to make a Rainbow Playdough Color Wheel to introduce my kids to color theory through play.

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Now it’s time to explore! Give your children the freedom to use the materials however they wish. My daughters’ started by rolling out the playdough and coloring on a flatter surface. Luca wanted to write her name on her playdough.