With this post, $25 of pantry items and some junk, you can host a delightful Petite Picasso (preschool) program with playdough!
- Pantry items (flour, salt, etc., see recipe) ($25)
- Plastic bags or containers for storing the dough ($0-$5)
- Various junk (cookie cutters, receipt rolls, rulers, craft sticks, etc.)
Use the playdough recipe in MaryAnn Kohl’s First Art: Art Experiences for Toddlers & Twos to turn flour, water, food coloring and a few other items into pliable, shapeable, squeezable, colorful dough before your program.
Format: Petite Picasso one hour long open house.
Preschoolers and their grown ups had a great time rolling out, cutting up and building with the brightly colored dough. There was a fair amount of prep work involved to make the stove top dough, but the consistency of the finished product was fantastic. Try this program for some squishy, squashy fun!