Playdough 10 Ways and Week 38 of Tuesday Tutorials

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By In The Playroom

Welcome to another week of Tuesday Tutorials! Like most kids, my kids love playdough. It makes a great rainy day activity now that Autumn is here, so I’m featuring lots of the great playdough recipes and activities that were linked up last week.

I hope you enjoy all of the playdough fun this week!

I can’t wait to see the projects that you all have to share.

10 ways with Playdough. So much variety to make playdough even more fun!

Rose Scented Playdough from Crafts on Sea

Coloured Salt Dough from ET Speaks from Home

Super Soft Colour Surprise Playdough from Our Little House in the Country

Playdough with Rosemary and Pennies from Over 40 and a Mum to One

Autumn Sensory Playdough from The Boy and Me

Playdough toolkit from Our Little House in the Country

Winter Playdough from The Boy and Me

Gold Stars from Model Air from Zing Zing Tree

Halloween Playdough creations from The Brick Castle

Playdough Sensory Bags from In The Playroom

Now, on to the linky!

For anyone who is new to our Tuesday Tutorials linky – Welcome! Just add your posts to the linky at the bottom of the post and they will all be shown across all four host blogs and pinned to our Pintorials group board. All bloggers are welcome and we love to see new faces joining in every week so go ahead and add your posts! No need to be shy, we can’t wait to see them!

Every week all four co hosts choose a few posts to feature on our blogs along with the next weeks linky, each with a different theme of our choice. As the number of people linking up each week has grown, these are now being made as a full round up here on In The Playroom.

Be sure to visit Eileen, Kate and Gude’s blogs to see the features they have chosen for this week.

Fun ways to teach alphabet from Kate

Halloween Crafts from Gude

Ice Activities from Eileen

While you’re linking up, please check out the other posts if you have a few minutes. If you can then please leave some comments letting them know that you came through from the Pintorials party, and of course pin your favourite posts.


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I hope you liked this weeks features as much as I do! I’m looking forward to seeing what you all have to share with us this week!

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    • Link up a few of your suitable posts each week. These can be old or new – it doesn’t have to be something from within that week, but something with a “tutorial” aspect and something pinnable. We particularly welcome crafts (kids or grown ups) and recipes but all tutorials are welcome.
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We can’t wait to see the fantastic and creative tutorials you have to share with us this week!

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Anna Marikar, mum of four and seasoned blogger, has spent over a decade sharing her parenting journey and passion for kid-friendly crafts and free printables.
Her easy-to-follow craft ideas and practical parenting advice have transformed In The Playroom into a cherished resource for parents.

7 thoughts on “Playdough 10 Ways and Week 38 of Tuesday Tutorials”

  1. Some awesome play dough ideas here! That’s the great thing about play dough -there’s so many different ways to use it, you never run out of new ways!


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