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In this fun and interactive one-time course, students will have an exciting time making their own play-doh in a safe way with no cooking involved. We will then have fun playing with our play-doh together!
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Do your kids love play-doh as much as mine do? Join this play-doh party where your child will have an exciting time making their very own play-doh without any cooking or use of stove and completely safe! This class is a great way for students to meet new friends, make some fun play-doh and have a blast making play-doh creations! We will begin the class with introductions and brief discussion. Along with ingredients for making the play-doh students are welcome to bring their play-doh tools,...
6 files available upon enrollmentThis is for one color of play-doh, so you will need to increase the amount depending on how many different colors you'd like for your child to make. I will be making 4 colors. -1 cup all-purpose flour (So, I will be using 4 cups for four different colors of play-doh and so on for the rest of the recipe.) -1 tablespoon canola or vegetable oil -1/2 cup salt -1/2 cup of warm water (not hot-no stove needed) -2-3 drops of food coloring- your choice -bowls- use a different bowl for each different color of play-doh your child will be making -wax paper or parchment paper or some type of mat to keep the play-doh from sticking -measuring cups and spoons -spoon for stirring -ziplock bag for storing Again, this supply list is for one color of play-doh so I will be doing this recipe 4 times to make 4 different play-doh colors. Adjust your supply needs depending on how many different play-doh colors your child will make. crayons coloring handouts- If you do not have access to a printer, that is perfectly fine. Your child can just bring paper to draw and color on while we chat and wait for the play-doh to set.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents: While there is no cooking or use of stove for this class, please be available off-camera to help students who are young learners. Flour may contain wheat so be advised due to any allergies.
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169 total reviews
115 completed classes
Hello! My name is Casey, and I have been an educator for 15 years, but I have over 20 years of experience working with children. Much of my experience is teaching Pre-K and Kindergarten skills, but I also have experience in higher grade levels and...