I've dedicated our November playdough to the American Thanksgiving holiday coming up later this month.
I simply created some brown playdough (see my sidebar for the recipe) and gathered some feathers and googly eyes together in a basket.
~Thank you for your comments!~
for novembers playdough here we made cranberry playdough and colored it using the juice from real cranberries! my 4 year old loves it and loved making it!
Very cute!~! Emily would enjoy this and I just made some pumpkin spice play dough that would be perfect with this project :0)
Ok I need to make some playdoh tonight after seeing this! Sooo cute! LOVE the name James picked out. :)
That's great--I love it! I so want to try this one with Gabriela! I think my other 2 would like it as well.
I love that you do different playdough for the different months. I may have to start doing this :)
I had this same exact idea for November - just haven't gotten around to executing it yet. :) He's so cute, I think I'll make some time to get the playdough made today.
Funny, we just did this at preschool this morning. The kids had fun with it.
I gave you an award!
hehe love it!! Love James' name for his turkey!
That is way too cute! Thanks for sharing! Kerri
Old Featherhead - makes me smile! I can also imagine Savvy thinking this was hilarious too.
We have oodles of brown play doh - so this would be a sweet way to put it to good use. Playing with play doh is always more fun when you add googly eyes and feathers.
So cute! I just found a recipe for chocolate playdoh and had no idea what to use brown playdoh for (but wanted to make it because well, it's chocolate)....now I know. Thank you for the fabulous ideas!!
Adorable as can be! I still haven't made my November playdough yet (ack!), but Finn really enjoyed having googly eyes (and pipe cleaners) last month, so the feathers are a GREAT idea.
so simple yet so cute!! i love it! gotta use it with my class!
This is so cute! Just featured it! :)
I love this and we had so much fun with it this week!
So cute!!! And wouldn't you know we just made a batch of pumpkin a few minutes ago. Now I have to go to store to get some maple flavor so we can make the turkey. We must make them. LOL
Very cute! We just did a very similar play dough activity. My son loved it. I linked back to you. Thanks for the idea.
I had a lot of fun looking through your playdough posts, Mari-Ann! I featured your turkey playdough photo and post in my Montessori-Inspired Fall Playdough Activities at http://livingmontessorinow.com/2012/10/08/montessori-inspired-fall-playdough-activities/
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