Play Dough Prompts for Rainy (or Cold!) Days


As a teacher I am always looking for ways to move away from memorization and assessment and dive into student’s creativity and artistic side. So each day I do a warm-up that requires students to draw something or respond to a prompt in a creative way. This year I decided to mix it up a little and have Play Dough Fridays.

Playdough PromptsEach Friday the students are given ten minutes at the beginning of class to create whatever prompt I have written on the board. The creativity and detail that go into this blows me away every week and has become my favorite assignment to grade.

Play Dough Prompts for Rainy (or Cold!) Days

Do you need a little creativity in your life or maybe just an activity to keep your little one occupied on a rainy or cold day? Grab your play dough and check out these prompts! Or, if you’re feeling really crafty, try out this yummy scented DIY Recipe!

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Madison O
Madison is a Texas A&M Graduate who is beginning her 6th year as a Technical Theatre teacher and 3rd year at Gregory-Portland High School. She and her wife moved to the coastal bend to be closer to family as they began the fertility process to grow their family. Madison and her wife were thrilled to welcome their daughter, Amelia, to the family in May via Reciprocal IVF. Madison has also begun working toward her Masters degree in Educational Administration at TAMUCC (gotta keep it in the Aggie family!) Talk about one busy mama! Madison enjoys time outside and has always loved to write for her own personal blog in her free time. She is so excited to start this new adventure of motherhood and to be joining the wonderful community of Corpus Christi Moms on the blog!