Play-Doh Alphabet Game
Play-Doh alphabet game is a great way to learn alphabet. It is a fun way to encourage your child to think about the shape and how to form their letters. A great way to introduce your child to the alphabet and the exploration of forming letters. Play Doh is a great resources that can be used to create any letter in the alphabet – a great way to practise writing and forming letters as well as having fun!
More Play Doh Activities
Play-Doh alphabet game is a great way to learn the alphabet. It is a fun way to encourage your child to think about the shape and how to form their letters. A great way to introduce your child to the alphabet and the exploration of forming letters. Play-Doh is an effective tool to create any letter in the alphabet. It is also a great way to practise writing and forming letters as well as having fun!
3D Face with Play-Doh
Since kids love touching play-doh and enjoy playing with it. You can use it to introduce the parts of the face (eyes- ears- nose- mouth-head- hair). Actually, you can use a bowel (upside down) and ask the kids to use the play-doh to cover it. Then, they can stick each part while saying the name of the part.
Forming Alphabet letters
Play-doh is an exciting tool for kids to form the alphabet letters. You can actually write down the letter on the board showing the writing directions. Then, ask the kids to roll the play-doh and form the letter on the board. They can follow the same writing directions.
Play-Doh Shooting Game
Play-Doh Forming Letters
Listen, Think and Put into action with the Play-Doh
Get Out of the Maze
You give the kids the maze printed on a piece of paper and a tub of play-doh. Kids have to follow the instructions on the maze to get out. The maze is divided into small squares, in each square, there is a shape, a letter, a number or even any other thing. Kids have to form what is on the square with the play-doh to get out.
You can use the same game to improve another skill. For example, You can ask the kids when they get out of the maze to count down how many shapes they did. Also, You can ask about the first sound in each shape they made.