Have you ever wondered how to make playdough?   There are many ways to make it right in your own kitchen.   You can get really creative and add fun colors and smells to it.   The possibilities are endless when you set out to be creative. Today, we want to inspire and show YOU how to make playdough with ten different recipes.   Thanks to the blogs that link-up to It’s Playtime! on Wednesdays, we have plenty to share!

How To Make Playdough {10 Different Ways}

How To Make Playdough {10 Different Ways}

1.   Apple Playdough  – Yummy apple cinnamon playdough to make into fun fall apples. 2.   Chocolate Pudding Playdough  – This recipe uses a package of pudding mix and is perfect for playing pretend. 3.   Rosewater Playdough  – A delicious smelling pink dough that is perfect for spring. 4.   Fizzy Playdough  – Watch the reaction to this special playdough when you spray it with water! 5.   Fall Playdough  – Five different smells and colors for playdough in the fall. 6.   Cornstarch and Glue Playdough  – This soft and stretchy dough can be any color you want. 7.   Space Dough  – This dark and glittery dough looks just like the night sky. 8.   No Cook Playdough – This is an easy recipe that doesn’t require a stove. 9.   Paper Playdough  – A fun textured playdough using a secret ingredient: crepe paper! 10.   Cinnamon Playdough  – Add a little nutmeg and a little cinnamon for a delicious smelling dough. Pssst..more clay crafts for kids. Do you have another recipe?   Link-up today at 4pm and share!

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  1. That is a great variety of different play doughs. We have made the space one and now I am off to check out the apple one 🙂 There is a version there for almost everyone too! Thank you for sharing and for linking up this week to the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop.

  2. It’s been a cold and drippy Fall, so we’ve been pulling out the play dough. We’ll have to try this fun variations. Thanks for sharing at After School!

  3. Wow, this is great! I just started teaching preschool and my students LOVE playdough. Can hardly wait to try these “recipes”.

  4. I make the playdough for my wife’s (reception) class. Had tried a few recipes but once I found a no-cook one that’s the one I always go back to. From memory, it looks very much like the no-cook on in your list. So quick, so easy.

  5. Oh there are some wonderful play dough recipes included in this list! I can’t wait to try some of them 🙂 Thank you for sharing ours.