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The Makery Play with Dough Club

Join us in this ongoing play dough club to explore fun ways to build and play with play dough. Learn how to incorporate toys, nature and recycled & household materials into your play.
Amber Kai Morgan
543 total reviews for this teacher
9 reviews for this class
Completed by 55 learners
30 minutes
per class
Once per week
every week
year olds
learners per class
per learner - per class

How does an "Ongoing" course work?

Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills

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Available Times


Next on Wed, Dec 7

Meets Once per week
10:00 – 10:30 AM
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Class Experience

This is an on-going class. I will facilitate one of these classes each week. You may join us at any point in this on-going series. I’ll post weekly what week we are on so you know what materials to gather. This way, you can join us for just one class or two or ten or 20. Here are examples of six classes that cover the general materials used for most classes. Once enrolled, I’ll give you a list of all classes & materials. All classes use play dough and play dough tools. The other materials are things you can gather around the house or yard. December 2022 & January 2023 Play Dough Worms & Leaves Materials needed: play dough Play dough cutter (play dough knife or scissors) or even a butter knife or popsicle stick or something that can cut through play dough Real leaves that could make a good imprint on play dough Play Dough Nest & Eggs Materials needed: Play dough Feathers yarn or pipe cleaners or string Twigs / small sticks Rolling pin (or thick marker to use as a roller) Play Dough Faces Materials needed: Play dough Rolling pin Play dough tools Materials around the house that would make good additions to play dough faces like : Feathers, yarn, string, bottle caps, corks, Legos, straws, pom poms, etc Play Dough Sculptures Materials needed: play dough Collect materials for sculpture (whatever you have around the house.) Here are some ideas: Corks, bottle caps, straws, popsicle sticks, toothpicks, sticks, stones, shells, pieces of fabric, pinecones, foam pieces, Legos, building blocks, etc. Play Dough and Toys Play dough Your favorite small toys (like Legos, toy animals, blocks, vehicles, dolls, etc) General play dough tools Play Dough & Shapes materials: Play Dough Play dough tools (especially roller and cutter) a cup for cutting circles Optional: cookie cutter shapes a piece of paper and a crayon Ramps, Mazes & A Treasure Hunt materials: -Play dough -Play dough tools -10 coins -A cookie tray or school tray (something that has a lip around the edges) -A marble, small bouncy ball, ping pong ball, or bead that can roll. -A toilet paper roll or paper towel roll or tube (it’s ok if you just don’t have this. We can improvise) -a few wooden blocks or something you can use as the top of a ramp (cardboard, a container, etc.) -a toy car (optional if you would rather just use a ball)
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Play Dough or Play-Doh may contain wheat, which could cause an allergic reaction if ingested in those sensitive to wheat gluten or with Celiac disease.


Amber Kai MorganArt Teacher
543 total reviews
483 completed classes

About Me

Hello! I run a mobile art lab based in the Seattle area called The Makery. I teach toddler art and sensory play classes, preschool art classes, elementary summer camps, and I facilitate art birthday parties for children. I have a degree in Social... 
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