Monday, February 11, 2013

You'll Never Make Playdoh the Same Way Again

Seriously. You won't. When I read Abby's post on this back in May, I never would have thought she would be changing my future with homemade playdoh forever. She got the idea from a blogless teacher friend as she put it. AH-MAZING idea! I never would have thought to try this...



If you click here you can check out Abby's post on it where I first saw the idea. I finally got around to trying it this weekend for my kiddos this week. I went the bubblegum route.

All it takes is one pack along with your usual playdoh ingredients. So simple! So much more simple than mixing extracts, spices, and food coloring. Not to mention that they come in a ton of great flavors! I'm not even sure which one I want to try next!

Thank you google image search for this picture.

Abby mentioned that she paid .99 cents for her pack, but I found it for .79! What a steal! They also had a strawberry shortcake flavor. [not pictured]

I just HAD to share this with you in case you missed it when Abby shared with you. :)


Cindy Calenti said...

Wow! I have never seen these packages. I bet the the playdoh smells great! Thanks for this great idea! :)

Granny Goes to School

Jessica F said...

What a great idea, thanks for sharing! :) Can't wait to try it!

By the way, I'm having a flash giveaway for my new Valentine's Centers if you want to stop by!

Fun in PreK-1

Sarah said...

I've seen these in stores and never would have thought to mix in play dough :)


RealOCteachers said...

I never saw Abby's post on this, so thanks for sharing! I have a little nephew that I'm going to try this with :)

The REAL Teachers of Orange County

Amy said...

Thank you for sharing this idea. I just added one more thing I want to try to my list. I bet my Kinders will love this. :)

Mrs. Lattin's Kindergarten

Cupcake said...

Ooo, great tip!! :)
A Cupcake for the Teacher

Kristin said...

Wait . . . it's not edible, though, right????? Or is it? Or does the smell make you want to eat it?
I have to try this!

Erin Lukas said...

hahah Kristin! Yes, the smell makes you want to eat it! I don' think it would taste very good if you ate it, but it won't hurt you if you do? Its just flour, salt, oil, cream of tartar, and the mix.

Anonymous said...

What a great idea! I can't wait to try it out!

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