In the 1930s a substance was created to clean wallpaper. The creator of this substance quickly learned that children loved it as a toy! Later, the recipe was adapted to contain child-friendly ingredients and marketed as a substance called “Play-Doh.” Some refer to it as playdough, dough, slime, gak, flubber, blubber, clay, silly putty, gook, or oobleck. It is a dough that goes by many names and is arguably the most common material found in classrooms everywhere. We will refer to it as playdough for this training. This popular material is extremely useful for a myriad of children, ages, special needs, curriculum topics and sensory explorations. Whether you are a teacher in an infant or toddler classroom, preschool program or a school-age program, you can use playdough in tons of different ways.
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