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  • I like it from a developmental point of view because it strengthens the hand/eye coordination of young children, inspires them to artistically design a craft, and provides them with a positive hands on learning experience
  • Cost-wise this is a great activity and recipe as well
  • I would highly recommend this activity and recipe to any teacher, tutor, or parent

    • by cjaneb877
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      Peanut Butter Playdough is one great way to entertain your children and their tastebuds simultaneously! Not only is it a hoot to watch children make their own playdough from scratch, but it creates endless hours of fun and activity for children ages three through eighteen! What is even better, is that once children reach older ages, they can bake their playdough creations and make Christmas Tree ornaments, decorations for their bedrooms, or tiny keepsake items to give as gifts to their loved ones! I have used this

      simple as simple can be recipe time and time again in teaching and tutoring situations, and I always get a phoenominal response from children. I like it from a developmental point of view because it strengthens the hand/eye coordination of young children, inspires them to artistically design a craft, and provides them with a positive hands on learning experience.

      From a health standpoint, the recipe is simply condensed milk and peanut butter! What a better way to get protein into your kids, without having to coax them ...


      • into eating three bites of meat in order to finish their lunch or dinner?! From a mess standpoint, it is also too.

        There is none! Once the condensed milk is mixed with the peanut butter, it all sticks together, creating a kneadable dough.

        If you simply throw down some newspaper over a table and let your kids work away at it with their hands, you are looking at a simple process of only having to pick up and throw away the newspaper at the end of the

        project! Cost-wise this is a great activity and recipe as well! Condensed, dry milk is only maybe a dollar or two, and so also is peanut butter! I would highly recommend this activity and recipe to any teacher, tutor, or parent!

        Directions: 1.

        Mix one cup of dry milk with one cup of peanutbutter in mixing cup.

        2.

        Remove contents from cup, and add two tablespoons of sugar or spenda, as desired 3.

        Lump all products together, kneading continuously like bread 4.

        Sit back and enjoy your children, who will be entertained for hours!




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