Playdough

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I am very passionate about Early Childhood Development! It is so important to stimulate children from a very early age, and it does not need to be very expensive or very difficult.

I am very lucky to work with a trained early childhood development teacher and fellow mom who will share some easy-to-implement ideas with us to have fun with your children while helping them to develop their different sensory systems! Thank you Jenna from Busy_Bubs_Play ! Click the link to follow her on Instagram.

Follow the blogposts from the drop-down menu or see the category Playdough below for all the ideas.


First up a Playdough recipe… thank you Micha for sharing the recipe that you make almost on a daily basis for your kids! Micha said that they always make double the amount to have enough to go around for all three her kids, and that they use a gel-based colouring afterwards, but that you can also use foodcolouring during the cooking process.

  • 1/2 cup salt
  • 1 cup flour
  • 2 Tbs Creme of Tartare
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 Tbs Cooking oil
  • Food colouring of choice

Mix all the ingredients in a pot and stir CONTINUOUSLY over a low heat until the mixture comes together in a ball. Allow to cool completely and cover in cling wrap. Store in an airtight container.

Playdough is great for the development of FINE MOTOR skills, HAND-EYE-COORDINATION, VISION, FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS, CREATIVE PLAY and SOCIAL skills. The sky is the limit! 

Have fun with your playdough and please share photo’s / stories of your little one learning! Check back soon for our next idea!

3 thoughts on “Playdough

  1. This is pretty cool and easy.Thank you so much for this recipe, you are helping out all the parents who can try this with their kids like i will…

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing the recipe.My children also like it a lot.But I did not know how to make it.I made it according to your recipe.My child is very happy to see this.thanks for this.

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