Picasso’s Playdough

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Guess what?!!  I am a contributing blogger to mom.me.   I am loving the opportunity to share my ideas with parents.  My latest post is my Picasso’s Playdough Project.   I took loose parts, playdough and inspiration from Picasso’s abstract portraits.  The level of engagement and conversation with this project was amazing.

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  1. Marnie says:

    Oh, it just opened up…never mind – thanks!

  2. Andrea R. says:

    This was such a fun activity for my 2.5 year old! We had a blast making different faces and it was just at the right level for him to experience success. It’s a brilliant idea to use objects in play dough because he doesn’t yet have the fine motor skills to roll, squeeze or pinch. It was also convenient to whip up because I had everything on hand at home. Thanks Sally!

  3. Becky Meyer says:

    Love to follow you. This site is always amazing.

  4. Lysa says:

    We make play doh on a weekly basis. And when I say ‘we’, I mean the children, too!!! I rarely ever make it myself because involving the students teaches great lessons about teamwork, cooperation, practicing patience, using math skills to measure and, who knows, maybe a future love of baking? This week we are just making plain play doh and then using felt tip markers to draw on it and add color. Fun!

    • Sally says:

      Love plain playdo! And I have made playdo with the children as well – so much fun!

  5. Marnie says:

    I would love to read the rest of this entry but can’t seem to link to it…is it enabled?

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