10 Christmas play dough invitations and recipes

We’ve been loving our Christmas themed activities lately! Today, I am very excited to share some amazing Christmas play dough ideas that you can use with your kids! My son absolutely adores play dough exploration – I can’t wait to explore these with him! 

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Play dough is a wonderful toy! Children love to explore with it, play, and create. Aside from being so much fun, there are so many wonderful benefits to including play dough activities and invitations in your children’s play (or school) activities. 

Manipulating play dough strengthens the muscles in children’s hands. This is very important for the development of skills such as writing, using scissors, closing zippers, and more practical skills. It also contributes to the development of fine motor skills. 

Play dough also strengthens hand eye coordination, as children manipulate small parts and pieces while they play.  It’s also a fun way to express creativity and imagination!  

You can use the beautiful invitations to create with play dough and amazing homemade, non-toxic recipes below to make fun activities for your little ones! 

Christmas Activities: 

10 play dough activities

Play dough Christmas tree invitation by Mumma, Papa, Bubba
Gingerbread play dough invitation by Life of a Homescholing Mom
Christmas sensory play dough (no cook) by Little Bins for Little Hands
Chocolate reindeer play dough by Emma Owl
Invitation to play with play dough by Emma Owl
Homemade Christmas play dough by Growing a Jewelled Rose
Play dough snowman kit by Non toy gifts
Peppermint play dough recipe by Your Modern Family
Candy cane play dough recipe by Danya Banya
Pine play dough recipe by Sunny Sweet Days

Bonus: Christmas play dough mats by Tot Schooling

Thank you for stopping by!

Today, I am linking up at:  A little bird told me, Preschool and kindergarten communityTot school Gathering PlaceThe Thoughtful SpotLove to Learn LinkyThe Mommy Club Resources and SolutionsLink and LearnTGIFHip Homeschool MomsPractical Mondays

By | 2017-03-31T13:23:22+00:00 December 6th, 2016|1-3 years old, 3-6 years old, Christmas, Fine motor, Seasonal|0 Comments

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