Play-Doh has always been an all time favorite for me as a kid. Now that I have my own kids, they too love Play-doh and all it’s possibilities. My kids have both gotten several Play-Doh sets from past Christmas’s and birthdays. I try to only let them open one at a time. We in fact have 2 different sets in the closet for future fun. Thanks to Social Moms, I was able to sit down and play with my son with something I seldom let him play with inside the house. But because my youngest was napping, we thought it would be a perfect time to play..just Mommy and Konnor together.
As we looked through the Play-Doh Play Dates site together, we found many ideas but as we started to make them, we realized how hard these really were. So we decided to keep with the Fall theme, my son Konnor decided to do the Halloween crafts from the website. We printed a background from the activity page. The spooky Halloween mat fit our theme perfectly. We started with the ghost, the spooky tree, the spider and spiderweb and the pumpkin. The tree was the most difficult, even for myself. My son and I laughed together and goofed around while we played. I tried not to look down at the mess he was making under the play table.
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