Playdough and Craft Recipes
Some children, either due to celiac disease or wheat allergy, need a playdough that is gluten free or wheat free. Here are several gluten free playdough brands and recipes to keep your child healthy and safe while still learning and having fun.
Play With Playdough
Delight your toddler with this collection for fun playdough activities that stimulate and provides hours of fun.
Check out our top picks for playdough toys and play sets.
Modeling and Mosaic Goop
This modeling goop will harden when allowed to air dry or bake in the sun. It's good for making "mosaics" by spreading a layer of the goop over pots or other containers and pressing beads, macaroni or other objects into it.
These bags are a fun tactile treat for babies and toddlers alike. The best part -- no mess!
Recipe for homemade gouache paint, which is a paint that dries quickly and can be put on in layers.
Papier Mache Paste
This recipe makes a paste for papier mache that can be stored for up to 3 days. It's ideal for working on projects that require several layers because it allows for plenty of drying time.
This gum can be used on the back of paper to make stamps and stickers.
Paper Hanger's Paste
Here is a recipe for homemade paper hanger's paste.
Playdough Tools - Parents Share the Playdough Tools Their Kids Love
Parents share what kinds of playdough tools their kids love to play with.
Playdough is such a fun way for your toddler to express her creativity and develop fine motor skills. You may be wondering, though, if your toddler is old enough to play with it and if so, how to make it. Learn more with the resources below.