Make cool, textured playdough and a fun bunny-themed invitation to play. Your kids will love this bunny-themed Easter playdough activity.
If your kids can’t share supplies, don’t worry. You can use the ideas below to create individual playdough kits for your kids.
How to Make Easter Playdough
To begin, I mixed up a batch of my quick playdough recipe. I was in the mood for pink, I added pink food coloring.
After preparing the batch of playdough, I added some Easter grass to create a unique texture in the dough. I started by cutting the pink Easter grass into smaller pieces. Let your kids help with the grass cutting. I bet they will love it.
After cutting up some grass, it was fun to knead the grass into the dough.
Here are some open-ended questions for your kids as they mix in the grass.
- What happens when you mixed in the grass?
- Did you notice any changes in the playdough when you added the grass?
- How did it feel in the beginning? What do you notice about how it feels now?
- What happens when you pull the dough apart into two pieces?
Additional Materials for Your Playdough Tray
Now that you have your playdough ready to go, you can dig through your craft and supply closet to find fun items to add to a divided playdough tray.
Here is what I used in my tray:
- googly eyes
- silk flowers
- wooden popsicle sticks and spoons
- chenille stems
- Easter egg and flower vase fillers
- number cards
Here are additional materials that you can add:
- cotton balls
- fun straws
- mini erasers
- plastic bunny figures
- plastic eggs
Now that you have filled up your tray, you are all set to let your kids get creative. I hope that you all have fun with your Easter playdough tray.
Additional Bunny Themed Activities
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