Masso 1 Esmeralda Masso Prof. Susan Devlpmt Appropriate Guidance February 12, 2019 Playdough Project Squishing, rolling, sculpting, molding, young children love to play with playdough. Add some props from around the home and playdough play becomes a powerful way to support your child’s learning. This simple preschool staple lets children use their imaginations and strengthen the small muscles in their fingers the same muscles they will one day use to hold a pencil and write. Using playdough with you, a friend, or siblings supports your child’s social skills such as sharing, taking turns, and enjoying being with other people. Playdough also encourages children’s language and literacy, science, and math skills all at the same time! My class will be all decorated about playdough and everyone will be wearing a T-shirt yellow with a playdough design. The walls will have a playdough design, each table will have a lot of different kind and colors of playdough. On a big table we will have all the materials to make playdough and the list of how to make the playdough. We will be having a box of props.
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