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Sensory Play Dough Squish for Babies

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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Play dough is great fun for getting creative and making models but under 1s tend to put everything in their mouth. This is a fun way to introduce little ones to play dough without the risk of them trying it as a snack.



Play dough, baby, sensory


Time: 10 minutes
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy

Materials
Sticky back plastic (contact paper)
Variety of different coloured play dough


Method
Cut two pieces of sticky back plastic (contact paper) the same size.
Tear off small pieces of play dough and roll into small balls.
On the sticky side of one piece of plastic, place the pieces of play dough. Keep away from the edges.
Sandwich together with the second piece of sticky back plastic, sticky sides together.
The play dough is now sealed and ready for little fingers to squish and explore but without the risk of them trying to eat it.



Play dough, baby, sensory


Categories
#Baby
#Easy
#Sensory
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