Play Dough Pictionary
Last Wednesday evening in our Bible class we played Play Dough Pictionary. Our Bible lesson was on death. This was a very hard concept for the kids to grasp. The words they had to shape and try to get their team members to guess were: acorn, corn kernel, bear, and caterpillar. The kids had so much fun playing it and wanted to keep their play dough. I had not planned for that. This week I made some for them to keep. I made three different colored batches: purple, blue, and orange. The colors were not what I expected. I then molded them into hearts for each student. In a previous post on Monday, November 05, 2007 I shared a recipe for homemade play dough. You will find it by searching the blog for that date or homemade play dough. The ingredients are simple and it is very easy to make so check it out! You can use different shapes for different occasions:Valentines, Easter, Birthday favors, favors for small children at baby showers, etc.
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