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play dough & lego fun

5 different activities with play dough and legos

Picture1 ~ we made building blocks with play dough then pressed legos in one side to make it look like real legos.

Picture2~ Is playing with play dough and lego animals and plants. Be creative, make different places for your animals or people to live.

Picture3~ Pressing different legos into play dough to created letters.

Picture4~ Hammering legos into play dough making different prints. TIP- try making a pattern out of different legos.

Picture5~Adding game. Press different legos and then have ur kid/kids add up all the dots and find another lego with the same amount of dots.

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