Let's Make and Play with Edible Playdough
In this class, we will make homemade edible playdough, then use all of our senses to play!
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In the "Let's Make and Play" classes students will learn some fun facts, get moving, make something quick then play with their creations. These classes are great for social interaction and for the kid who loves to be a maker! In this one-time class, students will learn about the Gustatory (taste) sense then follow along with the teacher to make edible playdough. After we create, we will explore, be social as we play with (and maybe taste) the dough. We will use our curiosity and wonder...
As a previous elementary school teacher-librarian, daily I engaged with all ages and those with differing abilities, during my sensory storytime. Plus I just love inexpensive ways to allow kids to enjoy some sensory play, as a mother of (a now grown) son having autism...sensory activities have been a way of life for a long while! As a continual learner (a person always thinking, wondering, and asking WHY) -- I strive to inspire all of my students that same passion--to be curious-minded to the world around them. To be playful. To be passionate. To be Adventurous. To be a mistake maker. To be a learner who has no boundaries!
1 file available upon enrollmentAll ingredients included in the supply list need to be measured and ready to go for the lesson. The items needed for this fun craft are This is not an exact science recipe as in baking, so learners may need to add a little more corn starch or water to get the proper consistency, so keep ingredients near student during class 1/4 cup instant pudding mix 3/4 cup corn starch 1/3 cup warm water large mixing bowl fork your hands (optional) food coloring & rolling pin, cookie cutters, any fun tools around the house you may use with playdough for fun paper towels
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Depending on age, parents may need to assist with ingredients, like opening containers and measuring. Most help will be needed in the prep before class. However, overall this is a very easy recipe and should require very little assistance.
Facilitator of curiosity, wonder, thinking & love of learning!
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127 total reviews
86 completed classes
Hello, I'm Amy Marson!! "As human beings, our job in life is to help people realize how rare and valuable each one of us really is, that each of us has something that no one else has- or ever will have- something inside that is unique to all...