June 21, 2023
Edible Ice Cream Play doh Recipe

Edible Ice Cream Play doh Recipe

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Kids are going to flip over this amazing ice cream play doh that is not only an EASY edible playdough, but they can shape to look just like ice cream cones! This super cool ice cream play dough is the perfect summer activity for kids from toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd graders too.  This play dough ice cream truly has the most incredible feel and is outrageously fun!

Kids are going to flip over this amazing ice cream play doh that is not only an EASY edible playdough, but they can shape to look just like ice cream cones! This super cool ice cream play dough is the perfect summer activity for kids from toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd graders too.  This play dough ice cream truly has the most incredible feel and is outrageously fun!

Ice cream play doh

We love whipping up a batch of this amazing ice cream play doh that not only scoops and molds like real ice cream, but this ice cream play dough is completely EDIBLE too! This summer playdough recipe is such a fun ice cream activities for preschoolers, toddlers, kindergartners, grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3 students. Use this as a summer activity for kids as an idea for your summer bucket list or ice cream theme.  Plus this incredible play doh ice cream is quick and easy to make in under 5 minutes! There are lots of colors and flavors of play-doh ice cream to make to set-up your own ice cream shop pretend play at home!

Amazing funfetti playdough recipe

Ice cream play dough

This funfetti playdough recipe couldn’t be any easier! Mix together 1/2 can of funfetti frosting and 2 cups of powdered sugar. If it is too dry, add in a spoonful more frosting. If it is too sticky, add a little powdered sugar. We like to make 1/2 batches so we can make several different colors. The extra frosting is great for an impromptu batch of cupcakes ūüėČ

HINT: If you are looking for a big batch you mix one can Funfetti frosting with 4 cups powdered sugar.

Use an ice cream scoop to make scoops of your frosting playdough

Play doh ice cream

We like to use an ice cream scoop to scoop up this amazing frosting playdough. It scoops just like real ice cream!

This 2 ingredient playdough recipe couldn't be easier to make

Play dough ice cream

Just because we use an ice cream scoop doesn’t mean you can’t use your hands. This 2 ingredient playdough recipe is non-sticky and easy to play with and mold.

My kids weren’t sure it was going to “feel” like playdough, but it does!

Ice Cream Play Recipes

Play-doh ice cream

Now it’s time to scoop your ice cream playdough onto cones and bring on the sprinkles!

This ice cream playdough is so good you can eat it, literally as it is edible!

Edible playdough

This ice cream playdough is so good you can eat it…. and lucky for your toddler, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary age kiddo – they can literally eat it as it is edible!

Not that I’m advising they eat it all as that would be a LOT of sugar. You still need to use some common sense ūüėȬ†

My kids thought it was hilarious when I made it look like the ice cream play dough was spilling

Playdough ice cream

My kids thought it was hilarious when I made it look like the ice cream play dough was spilling

Kids will love playing and eating this edible playdough

Playdoh ice cream

We like making several batches of the edible playdough so the kids can play ice cream shop.  Kids will love scooping the strawberry, blueberry, melon, chocolate, vanilla, etc. ice cream. The skies the limit as far as flavors. Plus the kids can mix colors to create a new flavor.

Kids are going to flip over this amazing ice cream play doh that is not only an EASY edible playdough, but they can shape to look just like ice cream cones! This super cool ice cream play dough is the perfect summer activity for kids from toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd graders too.  This play dough ice cream truly has the most incredible feel and is outrageously fun!

Play dough ice cream flavor

You will be blown away by how much this playdough recipe really scoops, looks, and feels like ice cream! Chill it slightly to make it feel cold like ice cream too!

Kids will have fun scooping this edible play dough as a fun summer activity.

Kids will have fun scooping this edible play dough as a fun summer activity. Challenge them to see how many scoops they can fit on the cone before it falls off.

? Amazing ice cream play doh is an EASY edible playdough and scoops like real ice cream too! This ice cream play dough is a perfect summer activity for kids!

I know your family will love this easy playdough recipe! It is perfect on its own as a summer activity, to add to your summer bucket list, or for an Ice Cream Theme.

  

Ice Cream Activities

Playdough Recipes

  • If you are looking for a new playdough recipe you are going to love the beautiful colors you get this crayon playdough. I love that this¬†crayon play dough recipe¬†uses broken crayons so they are not wasted! This¬†homemade playdough recipe is easy to make for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and up!

    If you are looking for a new playdough recipe you are going to love the beautiful colors you get this crayon playdough. I love that this crayon play dough recipe uses broken crayons so they are not wasted! This homemade playdough recipe is easy to make for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and up!

    Crayon Playdough

    Try this fun and creative crayon playdough activity with your kids: homemade crayon playdough! It‚Äôs easy to make and will keep your children entertained for hours. All you need¬† to make this DIY playdough are some broken crayons, flour, salt, cream of tartar, water, and vegetable oil. First, melt the crayons in a pan over low heat. Next, combine the melted crayons with the remaining ingredients in a mixing bowl. Stir everything together until it forms a dough-like consistency. Once cooled, it’s ready to play with! Let your little ones mold and shape the playdough into various fun shapes and designs. This homemade playdough is not only a great sensory activity but also helps develop creativity and fine motor skills. Give it a try today and watch your toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, and elementary age student’s imagination soar!
     
    Try this fun and creative crayon playdough activity with your kids: homemade crayon playdough! It’s easy to make and will keep your children entertained for hours. All you need  to make this DIY playdough are some broken crayons, flour, salt, cream of tartar, water, and vegetable oil. First, melt the crayons in a pan over low heat. Next, combine the melted crayons with the remaining ingredients in a mixing bowl. Stir everything together until it forms a dough-like consistency. Once cooled, it's ready to play with! Let your little ones mold and shape the playdough into various fun shapes and designs. This homemade playdough is not only a great sensory activity but also helps develop creativity and fine motor skills. Give it a try today and watch your toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, and elementary age student's imagination soar!

    Crayon Play Dough

    Looking for a fun and beneficial activity for your little ones? Look no further! Playdough is not only entertaining but also offers several benefits for your child’s development.

    • Firstly, playing with playdough helps enhance fine motor skills. By squeezing, rolling, and shaping the dough, children improve their hand-eye coordination and dexterity.
    • Furthermore, the sensory experience of playdough stimulates creativity and imagination. Kids can mold their own unique creations, from animals to buildings, fostering their artistic abilities and encouraging pretend play.
    • Playdough is also a great tool for learning and practicing letter and number recognition. Kids can shape the dough into different letters and numbers, making learning a fun and interactive experience.
    • Moreover, this activity promotes concentration and focus. As children engage in playdough play, they learn to concentrate on the textures and shapes they are manipulating, which trains their attention span.
    • Another fantastic benefit of playdough is its calming effect. Kneading and manipulating the dough can be soothing and stress-relieving for kids, helping them relax and unwind.
    • Lastly, playing with playdough encourages social interaction and communication. Children can play together, share ideas, and engage in collaborative play, boosting their social skills and fostering friendships.

    So, let the fun begin! Grab some playdough and watch your child experience the countless benefits this activity has to offer.

    All you need are a few simple ingredients to whip up this crayon play dough!

cream of tartar
flour
salt
vegetable oil
crayons, coarsely chopped
water

    Crayon play dough recipe

    All you need are a few simple ingredients to whip up this crayon play dough!

    • cream of tartar
    • flour
    • salt
    • vegetable oil
    • crayons, coarsely chopped
    • water

    dry ingredients

    Homemade playdough recipe

    First, in a medium bowl, combine the dry ingredients: flour, cream of tartar and salt. Set aside.

    In a medium nonstick pot over medium heat, add the oil and crayon. Stir constantly until the crayon is melted. Now Add the water and food coloring (optional to intensify colors) to the pot and expect the wax to separate from the water. 

    In a medium nonstick pot over medium heat, add the oil and crayon. Stir constantly until the crayon is melted. Now Add the water and food coloring (optional to intensify colors) to the pot and expect the wax to separate from the water. 

    Continue to stir while adding the dry ingredients to the pot.

    Playdough recipe

    Continue to stir while adding the dry ingredients to the pot.

    When the dough comes together as a ball and the liquid has absorbed, transfer the dough to parchment paper on the counter and allow the dough to cool until you can handle it.

    When the dough comes together as a ball and the liquid has absorbed, transfer the dough to parchment paper on the counter and allow the dough to cool until you can handle it.

    DIY Playdough

    Homemade Playdough

    Knead the warm dough until smooth; it will take about 2 minutes.

    Optional: Repeat to get a different color.

    Playdough recipe

    Play dough recipe

    Store in a ziplock bag or airtight container for up to several months.

    Crayon play dough recipe

    DIY Playdough

    There are endless ways to enjoy your crayon play doh! Just rolling and squeezing helps kids work on strengthening hand muscles they will nead to write with and helps them develop coordination and fine motor skills. As they play they will explore their creativity and emotion. With a little guidance you can use this time to help them use words to express what they are making or feeling, developing vocabulary. FInally you can use playdough to explore science habitats, practice alphabet letters or spelling words, work on counting / shape / addition for math, and so much more!

    Homemade Playdough

    Do you buy your playdough or make it?

    If you‚Äôve never tried making your own, you are in for a treat! Not only can you find all the ingredients in your kitchen (versus chemicals found in traditional Play dough)¬† But we’ve found the smell, texture, and longevity to be far superior in homemade playdough as well!

    Looking for a new play dough recipe? Try this easy-to-make, homemade crayon playdough that uses broken crayons to create beautiful colors,!

    Looking for a new play dough recipe? Try this easy-to-make, homemade crayon playdough that uses broken crayons to create beautiful colors,!

  • If you are looking for a new playdough recipe you are going to love the beautiful colors you get this crayon playdough. I love that this¬†crayon play dough recipe¬†uses broken crayons so they are not wasted! This¬†homemade playdough recipe is easy to make for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and up!

    If you are looking for a new playdough recipe you are going to love the beautiful colors you get this crayon playdough. I love that this crayon play dough recipe uses broken crayons so they are not wasted! This homemade playdough recipe is easy to make for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and up!

    Crayon Playdough

    Try this fun and creative crayon playdough activity with your kids: homemade crayon playdough! It‚Äôs easy to make and will keep your children entertained for hours. All you need¬† to make this DIY playdough are some broken crayons, flour, salt, cream of tartar, water, and vegetable oil. First, melt the crayons in a pan over low heat. Next, combine the melted crayons with the remaining ingredients in a mixing bowl. Stir everything together until it forms a dough-like consistency. Once cooled, it’s ready to play with! Let your little ones mold and shape the playdough into various fun shapes and designs. This homemade playdough is not only a great sensory activity but also helps develop creativity and fine motor skills. Give it a try today and watch your toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, and elementary age student’s imagination soar!
     
    Try this fun and creative crayon playdough activity with your kids: homemade crayon playdough! It’s easy to make and will keep your children entertained for hours. All you need  to make this DIY playdough are some broken crayons, flour, salt, cream of tartar, water, and vegetable oil. First, melt the crayons in a pan over low heat. Next, combine the melted crayons with the remaining ingredients in a mixing bowl. Stir everything together until it forms a dough-like consistency. Once cooled, it's ready to play with! Let your little ones mold and shape the playdough into various fun shapes and designs. This homemade playdough is not only a great sensory activity but also helps develop creativity and fine motor skills. Give it a try today and watch your toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, and elementary age student's imagination soar!

    Crayon Play Dough

    Looking for a fun and beneficial activity for your little ones? Look no further! Playdough is not only entertaining but also offers several benefits for your child’s development.

    • Firstly, playing with playdough helps enhance fine motor skills. By squeezing, rolling, and shaping the dough, children improve their hand-eye coordination and dexterity.
    • Furthermore, the sensory experience of playdough stimulates creativity and imagination. Kids can mold their own unique creations, from animals to buildings, fostering their artistic abilities and encouraging pretend play.
    • Playdough is also a great tool for learning and practicing letter and number recognition. Kids can shape the dough into different letters and numbers, making learning a fun and interactive experience.
    • Moreover, this activity promotes concentration and focus. As children engage in playdough play, they learn to concentrate on the textures and shapes they are manipulating, which trains their attention span.
    • Another fantastic benefit of playdough is its calming effect. Kneading and manipulating the dough can be soothing and stress-relieving for kids, helping them relax and unwind.
    • Lastly, playing with playdough encourages social interaction and communication. Children can play together, share ideas, and engage in collaborative play, boosting their social skills and fostering friendships.

    So, let the fun begin! Grab some playdough and watch your child experience the countless benefits this activity has to offer.

    All you need are a few simple ingredients to whip up this crayon play dough!

cream of tartar
flour
salt
vegetable oil
crayons, coarsely chopped
water

    Crayon play dough recipe

    All you need are a few simple ingredients to whip up this crayon play dough!

    • cream of tartar
    • flour
    • salt
    • vegetable oil
    • crayons, coarsely chopped
    • water

    dry ingredients

    Homemade playdough recipe

    First, in a medium bowl, combine the dry ingredients: flour, cream of tartar and salt. Set aside.

    In a medium nonstick pot over medium heat, add the oil and crayon. Stir constantly until the crayon is melted. Now Add the water and food coloring (optional to intensify colors) to the pot and expect the wax to separate from the water. 

    In a medium nonstick pot over medium heat, add the oil and crayon. Stir constantly until the crayon is melted. Now Add the water and food coloring (optional to intensify colors) to the pot and expect the wax to separate from the water. 

    Continue to stir while adding the dry ingredients to the pot.

    Playdough recipe

    Continue to stir while adding the dry ingredients to the pot.

    When the dough comes together as a ball and the liquid has absorbed, transfer the dough to parchment paper on the counter and allow the dough to cool until you can handle it.

    When the dough comes together as a ball and the liquid has absorbed, transfer the dough to parchment paper on the counter and allow the dough to cool until you can handle it.

    DIY Playdough

    Homemade Playdough

    Knead the warm dough until smooth; it will take about 2 minutes.

    Optional: Repeat to get a different color.

    Playdough recipe

    Play dough recipe

    Store in a ziplock bag or airtight container for up to several months.

    Crayon play dough recipe

    DIY Playdough

    There are endless ways to enjoy your crayon play doh! Just rolling and squeezing helps kids work on strengthening hand muscles they will nead to write with and helps them develop coordination and fine motor skills. As they play they will explore their creativity and emotion. With a little guidance you can use this time to help them use words to express what they are making or feeling, developing vocabulary. FInally you can use playdough to explore science habitats, practice alphabet letters or spelling words, work on counting / shape / addition for math, and so much more!

    Homemade Playdough

    Do you buy your playdough or make it?

    If you‚Äôve never tried making your own, you are in for a treat! Not only can you find all the ingredients in your kitchen (versus chemicals found in traditional Play dough)¬† But we’ve found the smell, texture, and longevity to be far superior in homemade playdough as well!

    Looking for a new play dough recipe? Try this easy-to-make, homemade crayon playdough that uses broken crayons to create beautiful colors,!

    Looking for a new play dough recipe? Try this easy-to-make, homemade crayon playdough that uses broken crayons to create beautiful colors,!

  • If you are looking for a new playdough recipe you are going to love the beautiful colors you get this crayon playdough. I love that this¬†crayon play dough recipe¬†uses broken crayons so they are not wasted! This¬†homemade playdough recipe is easy to make for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and up!

    If you are looking for a new playdough recipe you are going to love the beautiful colors you get this crayon playdough. I love that this crayon play dough recipe uses broken crayons so they are not wasted! This homemade playdough recipe is easy to make for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and up!

    Crayon Playdough

    Try this fun and creative crayon playdough activity with your kids: homemade crayon playdough! It‚Äôs easy to make and will keep your children entertained for hours. All you need¬† to make this DIY playdough are some broken crayons, flour, salt, cream of tartar, water, and vegetable oil. First, melt the crayons in a pan over low heat. Next, combine the melted crayons with the remaining ingredients in a mixing bowl. Stir everything together until it forms a dough-like consistency. Once cooled, it’s ready to play with! Let your little ones mold and shape the playdough into various fun shapes and designs. This homemade playdough is not only a great sensory activity but also helps develop creativity and fine motor skills. Give it a try today and watch your toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, and elementary age student’s imagination soar!
     
    Try this fun and creative crayon playdough activity with your kids: homemade crayon playdough! It’s easy to make and will keep your children entertained for hours. All you need  to make this DIY playdough are some broken crayons, flour, salt, cream of tartar, water, and vegetable oil. First, melt the crayons in a pan over low heat. Next, combine the melted crayons with the remaining ingredients in a mixing bowl. Stir everything together until it forms a dough-like consistency. Once cooled, it's ready to play with! Let your little ones mold and shape the playdough into various fun shapes and designs. This homemade playdough is not only a great sensory activity but also helps develop creativity and fine motor skills. Give it a try today and watch your toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, and elementary age student's imagination soar!

    Crayon Play Dough

    Looking for a fun and beneficial activity for your little ones? Look no further! Playdough is not only entertaining but also offers several benefits for your child’s development.

    • Firstly, playing with playdough helps enhance fine motor skills. By squeezing, rolling, and shaping the dough, children improve their hand-eye coordination and dexterity.
    • Furthermore, the sensory experience of playdough stimulates creativity and imagination. Kids can mold their own unique creations, from animals to buildings, fostering their artistic abilities and encouraging pretend play.
    • Playdough is also a great tool for learning and practicing letter and number recognition. Kids can shape the dough into different letters and numbers, making learning a fun and interactive experience.
    • Moreover, this activity promotes concentration and focus. As children engage in playdough play, they learn to concentrate on the textures and shapes they are manipulating, which trains their attention span.
    • Another fantastic benefit of playdough is its calming effect. Kneading and manipulating the dough can be soothing and stress-relieving for kids, helping them relax and unwind.
    • Lastly, playing with playdough encourages social interaction and communication. Children can play together, share ideas, and engage in collaborative play, boosting their social skills and fostering friendships.

    So, let the fun begin! Grab some playdough and watch your child experience the countless benefits this activity has to offer.

    All you need are a few simple ingredients to whip up this crayon play dough!

cream of tartar
flour
salt
vegetable oil
crayons, coarsely chopped
water

    Crayon play dough recipe

    All you need are a few simple ingredients to whip up this crayon play dough!

    • cream of tartar
    • flour
    • salt
    • vegetable oil
    • crayons, coarsely chopped
    • water

    dry ingredients

    Homemade playdough recipe

    First, in a medium bowl, combine the dry ingredients: flour, cream of tartar and salt. Set aside.

    In a medium nonstick pot over medium heat, add the oil and crayon. Stir constantly until the crayon is melted. Now Add the water and food coloring (optional to intensify colors) to the pot and expect the wax to separate from the water. 

    In a medium nonstick pot over medium heat, add the oil and crayon. Stir constantly until the crayon is melted. Now Add the water and food coloring (optional to intensify colors) to the pot and expect the wax to separate from the water. 

    Continue to stir while adding the dry ingredients to the pot.

    Playdough recipe

    Continue to stir while adding the dry ingredients to the pot.

    When the dough comes together as a ball and the liquid has absorbed, transfer the dough to parchment paper on the counter and allow the dough to cool until you can handle it.

    When the dough comes together as a ball and the liquid has absorbed, transfer the dough to parchment paper on the counter and allow the dough to cool until you can handle it.

    DIY Playdough

    Homemade Playdough

    Knead the warm dough until smooth; it will take about 2 minutes.

    Optional: Repeat to get a different color.

    Playdough recipe

    Play dough recipe

    Store in a ziplock bag or airtight container for up to several months.

    Crayon play dough recipe

    DIY Playdough

    There are endless ways to enjoy your crayon play doh! Just rolling and squeezing helps kids work on strengthening hand muscles they will nead to write with and helps them develop coordination and fine motor skills. As they play they will explore their creativity and emotion. With a little guidance you can use this time to help them use words to express what they are making or feeling, developing vocabulary. FInally you can use playdough to explore science habitats, practice alphabet letters or spelling words, work on counting / shape / addition for math, and so much more!

    Homemade Playdough

    Do you buy your playdough or make it?

    If you‚Äôve never tried making your own, you are in for a treat! Not only can you find all the ingredients in your kitchen (versus chemicals found in traditional Play dough)¬† But we’ve found the smell, texture, and longevity to be far superior in homemade playdough as well!

    Looking for a new play dough recipe? Try this easy-to-make, homemade crayon playdough that uses broken crayons to create beautiful colors,!

    Looking for a new play dough recipe? Try this easy-to-make, homemade crayon playdough that uses broken crayons to create beautiful colors,!

  • If you are looking for a new playdough recipe you are going to love the beautiful colors you get this crayon playdough. I love that this¬†crayon play dough recipe¬†uses broken crayons so they are not wasted! This¬†homemade playdough recipe is easy to make for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and up!

    If you are looking for a new playdough recipe you are going to love the beautiful colors you get this crayon playdough. I love that this crayon play dough recipe uses broken crayons so they are not wasted! This homemade playdough recipe is easy to make for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and up!

    Crayon Playdough

    Try this fun and creative crayon playdough activity with your kids: homemade crayon playdough! It‚Äôs easy to make and will keep your children entertained for hours. All you need¬† to make this DIY playdough are some broken crayons, flour, salt, cream of tartar, water, and vegetable oil. First, melt the crayons in a pan over low heat. Next, combine the melted crayons with the remaining ingredients in a mixing bowl. Stir everything together until it forms a dough-like consistency. Once cooled, it’s ready to play with! Let your little ones mold and shape the playdough into various fun shapes and designs. This homemade playdough is not only a great sensory activity but also helps develop creativity and fine motor skills. Give it a try today and watch your toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, and elementary age student’s imagination soar!
     
    Try this fun and creative crayon playdough activity with your kids: homemade crayon playdough! It’s easy to make and will keep your children entertained for hours. All you need  to make this DIY playdough are some broken crayons, flour, salt, cream of tartar, water, and vegetable oil. First, melt the crayons in a pan over low heat. Next, combine the melted crayons with the remaining ingredients in a mixing bowl. Stir everything together until it forms a dough-like consistency. Once cooled, it's ready to play with! Let your little ones mold and shape the playdough into various fun shapes and designs. This homemade playdough is not only a great sensory activity but also helps develop creativity and fine motor skills. Give it a try today and watch your toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, and elementary age student's imagination soar!

    Crayon Play Dough

    Looking for a fun and beneficial activity for your little ones? Look no further! Playdough is not only entertaining but also offers several benefits for your child’s development.

    • Firstly, playing with playdough helps enhance fine motor skills. By squeezing, rolling, and shaping the dough, children improve their hand-eye coordination and dexterity.
    • Furthermore, the sensory experience of playdough stimulates creativity and imagination. Kids can mold their own unique creations, from animals to buildings, fostering their artistic abilities and encouraging pretend play.
    • Playdough is also a great tool for learning and practicing letter and number recognition. Kids can shape the dough into different letters and numbers, making learning a fun and interactive experience.
    • Moreover, this activity promotes concentration and focus. As children engage in playdough play, they learn to concentrate on the textures and shapes they are manipulating, which trains their attention span.
    • Another fantastic benefit of playdough is its calming effect. Kneading and manipulating the dough can be soothing and stress-relieving for kids, helping them relax and unwind.
    • Lastly, playing with playdough encourages social interaction and communication. Children can play together, share ideas, and engage in collaborative play, boosting their social skills and fostering friendships.

    So, let the fun begin! Grab some playdough and watch your child experience the countless benefits this activity has to offer.

    All you need are a few simple ingredients to whip up this crayon play dough!

cream of tartar
flour
salt
vegetable oil
crayons, coarsely chopped
water

    Crayon play dough recipe

    All you need are a few simple ingredients to whip up this crayon play dough!

    • cream of tartar
    • flour
    • salt
    • vegetable oil
    • crayons, coarsely chopped
    • water

    dry ingredients

    Homemade playdough recipe

    First, in a medium bowl, combine the dry ingredients: flour, cream of tartar and salt. Set aside.

    In a medium nonstick pot over medium heat, add the oil and crayon. Stir constantly until the crayon is melted. Now Add the water and food coloring (optional to intensify colors) to the pot and expect the wax to separate from the water. 

    In a medium nonstick pot over medium heat, add the oil and crayon. Stir constantly until the crayon is melted. Now Add the water and food coloring (optional to intensify colors) to the pot and expect the wax to separate from the water. 

    Continue to stir while adding the dry ingredients to the pot.

    Playdough recipe

    Continue to stir while adding the dry ingredients to the pot.

    When the dough comes together as a ball and the liquid has absorbed, transfer the dough to parchment paper on the counter and allow the dough to cool until you can handle it.

    When the dough comes together as a ball and the liquid has absorbed, transfer the dough to parchment paper on the counter and allow the dough to cool until you can handle it.

    DIY Playdough

    Homemade Playdough

    Knead the warm dough until smooth; it will take about 2 minutes.

    Optional: Repeat to get a different color.

    Playdough recipe

    Play dough recipe

    Store in a ziplock bag or airtight container for up to several months.

    Crayon play dough recipe

    DIY Playdough

    There are endless ways to enjoy your crayon play doh! Just rolling and squeezing helps kids work on strengthening hand muscles they will nead to write with and helps them develop coordination and fine motor skills. As they play they will explore their creativity and emotion. With a little guidance you can use this time to help them use words to express what they are making or feeling, developing vocabulary. FInally you can use playdough to explore science habitats, practice alphabet letters or spelling words, work on counting / shape / addition for math, and so much more!

    Homemade Playdough

    Do you buy your playdough or make it?

    If you‚Äôve never tried making your own, you are in for a treat! Not only can you find all the ingredients in your kitchen (versus chemicals found in traditional Play dough)¬† But we’ve found the smell, texture, and longevity to be far superior in homemade playdough as well!

    Looking for a new play dough recipe? Try this easy-to-make, homemade crayon playdough that uses broken crayons to create beautiful colors,!

    Looking for a new play dough recipe? Try this easy-to-make, homemade crayon playdough that uses broken crayons to create beautiful colors,!

  • If you are looking for a new playdough recipe you are going to love the beautiful colors you get this crayon playdough. I love that this¬†crayon play dough recipe¬†uses broken crayons so they are not wasted! This¬†homemade playdough recipe is easy to make for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and up!

    If you are looking for a new playdough recipe you are going to love the beautiful colors you get this crayon playdough. I love that this crayon play dough recipe uses broken crayons so they are not wasted! This homemade playdough recipe is easy to make for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and up!

    Crayon Playdough

    Try this fun and creative crayon playdough activity with your kids: homemade crayon playdough! It‚Äôs easy to make and will keep your children entertained for hours. All you need¬† to make this DIY playdough are some broken crayons, flour, salt, cream of tartar, water, and vegetable oil. First, melt the crayons in a pan over low heat. Next, combine the melted crayons with the remaining ingredients in a mixing bowl. Stir everything together until it forms a dough-like consistency. Once cooled, it’s ready to play with! Let your little ones mold and shape the playdough into various fun shapes and designs. This homemade playdough is not only a great sensory activity but also helps develop creativity and fine motor skills. Give it a try today and watch your toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, and elementary age student’s imagination soar!
     
    Try this fun and creative crayon playdough activity with your kids: homemade crayon playdough! It’s easy to make and will keep your children entertained for hours. All you need  to make this DIY playdough are some broken crayons, flour, salt, cream of tartar, water, and vegetable oil. First, melt the crayons in a pan over low heat. Next, combine the melted crayons with the remaining ingredients in a mixing bowl. Stir everything together until it forms a dough-like consistency. Once cooled, it's ready to play with! Let your little ones mold and shape the playdough into various fun shapes and designs. This homemade playdough is not only a great sensory activity but also helps develop creativity and fine motor skills. Give it a try today and watch your toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, and elementary age student's imagination soar!

    Crayon Play Dough

    Looking for a fun and beneficial activity for your little ones? Look no further! Playdough is not only entertaining but also offers several benefits for your child’s development.

    • Firstly, playing with playdough helps enhance fine motor skills. By squeezing, rolling, and shaping the dough, children improve their hand-eye coordination and dexterity.
    • Furthermore, the sensory experience of playdough stimulates creativity and imagination. Kids can mold their own unique creations, from animals to buildings, fostering their artistic abilities and encouraging pretend play.
    • Playdough is also a great tool for learning and practicing letter and number recognition. Kids can shape the dough into different letters and numbers, making learning a fun and interactive experience.
    • Moreover, this activity promotes concentration and focus. As children engage in playdough play, they learn to concentrate on the textures and shapes they are manipulating, which trains their attention span.
    • Another fantastic benefit of playdough is its calming effect. Kneading and manipulating the dough can be soothing and stress-relieving for kids, helping them relax and unwind.
    • Lastly, playing with playdough encourages social interaction and communication. Children can play together, share ideas, and engage in collaborative play, boosting their social skills and fostering friendships.

    So, let the fun begin! Grab some playdough and watch your child experience the countless benefits this activity has to offer.

    All you need are a few simple ingredients to whip up this crayon play dough!

cream of tartar
flour
salt
vegetable oil
crayons, coarsely chopped
water

    Crayon play dough recipe

    All you need are a few simple ingredients to whip up this crayon play dough!

    • cream of tartar
    • flour
    • salt
    • vegetable oil
    • crayons, coarsely chopped
    • water

    dry ingredients

    Homemade playdough recipe

    First, in a medium bowl, combine the dry ingredients: flour, cream of tartar and salt. Set aside.

    In a medium nonstick pot over medium heat, add the oil and crayon. Stir constantly until the crayon is melted. Now Add the water and food coloring (optional to intensify colors) to the pot and expect the wax to separate from the water. 

    In a medium nonstick pot over medium heat, add the oil and crayon. Stir constantly until the crayon is melted. Now Add the water and food coloring (optional to intensify colors) to the pot and expect the wax to separate from the water. 

    Continue to stir while adding the dry ingredients to the pot.

    Playdough recipe

    Continue to stir while adding the dry ingredients to the pot.

    When the dough comes together as a ball and the liquid has absorbed, transfer the dough to parchment paper on the counter and allow the dough to cool until you can handle it.

    When the dough comes together as a ball and the liquid has absorbed, transfer the dough to parchment paper on the counter and allow the dough to cool until you can handle it.

    DIY Playdough

    Homemade Playdough

    Knead the warm dough until smooth; it will take about 2 minutes.

    Optional: Repeat to get a different color.

    Playdough recipe

    Play dough recipe

    Store in a ziplock bag or airtight container for up to several months.

    Crayon play dough recipe

    DIY Playdough

    There are endless ways to enjoy your crayon play doh! Just rolling and squeezing helps kids work on strengthening hand muscles they will nead to write with and helps them develop coordination and fine motor skills. As they play they will explore their creativity and emotion. With a little guidance you can use this time to help them use words to express what they are making or feeling, developing vocabulary. FInally you can use playdough to explore science habitats, practice alphabet letters or spelling words, work on counting / shape / addition for math, and so much more!

    Homemade Playdough

    Do you buy your playdough or make it?

    If you‚Äôve never tried making your own, you are in for a treat! Not only can you find all the ingredients in your kitchen (versus chemicals found in traditional Play dough)¬† But we’ve found the smell, texture, and longevity to be far superior in homemade playdough as well!

    Looking for a new play dough recipe? Try this easy-to-make, homemade crayon playdough that uses broken crayons to create beautiful colors,!

    Looking for a new play dough recipe? Try this easy-to-make, homemade crayon playdough that uses broken crayons to create beautiful colors,!

Playdough Activies

Summer Activities for Kids

Summer Activities

Looking for more outdoor activities for kids and things to do in the summer? Your toddler, preschool, pre k, kindergarten, and elementary age kids will love these fun ideas to keep them busy all summer long:



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  1. Lynda Avatar
    Lynda

    this sounds super fun. 2 questions, 1:can I use sugar free icing? If yes, would I 2: can I add a couple of drops of flavoring?
    Going to make this with my 7 and 5yo gr. grandsons!! Can’t wait.

    1. Beth Gorden Avatar

      I love experimenting with recipes, I say try it =)