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Play Dough Aquarium

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Here's a fun project for toddlers. Use ready made play dough or extend the activity by making your own. Click here for an easy play dough recipe or click here for a 3 ingredient no cook recipe.



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Time: 20 minutes
Age: Under 5s
Level: Easy

Materials
Green and or blue play dough
Glitter
Plastic sea creatures (we also used fish shaped beads and transparent beads). Also try sequins, glass pebbles, pebbles etc.
Bowl
Rolling pin



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Method
Flatten the play dough with rolling pin or just with hands.
Stamp out a circle of play dough using the rim of the bowl like a cookie cutter.
Fill your aquarium by pressing plastic sea creatures or other items into the play dough circle.



Play dough aquarium, beads in play dough, sea creatures in play dough, play doh aquarium




Play dough aquarium, beads in play dough, sea creatures in play dough, play doh aquarium


Add glitter.

My kids loved this activity and were keen to pick the sea creatures and beads out at the end, roll out the play dough again and make different versions using different items.



Play dough aquarium, beads in play dough, sea creatures in play dough, play doh aquarium


Categories
#Under the sea
#Sea creatures
#Beads
#Fish
#Aquarium
#Play dough
#Play doh
#Glitter
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