Thursday, March 21, 2013

Scented Play Dough Recipe with Visuals

Hi Everyone!  I was going through some of my files recently and found some recipes for scented play dough that I used a few years back and I thought I'd share them with you today!

Because I used this activity as a whole-class language lesson in a preschool classroom, I used visuals in the recipe:

With this recipe, you can target:

  • Vocabulary (ingredients, recipe, flour, measuring cup, squishy, scented, etc.)
  • Sequencing (First, next, then)
  • Verb tense (I am pouring the water, I poured the salt)
  • Following directions ("find the salt and pour it in this cup," "make a play dough snowman")
  • Executive functioning/pragmatic language (use with a group of students. Have them make a plan, give each other instructions)
  • Expressive language (have students describe the procedure after you are finished; students describe what they make)
  • And so many more!

If you'd like a copy of the recipes (large quantity and small quantity versions), head on over to Carrie's Speech Corner to download!  Hope you enjoy!

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