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Play Doh Pictionary


MAIN POINT: You can use words from your topic or lesson to introduce the subject.

Just like it sounds! Pictionary, but with Play-Doh. Divide your group into two teams. Have a representative come up front from each group. Whisper a Pictionary word (like “dog”) to the group and they must run back to their group and, without talking, mold that word with Play-doh.

Put a staff member on each team cuz kids might cheat.

Also, see Play-Doh Snowman (Click Here) and Pictionary Mania (Click Here).


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  1. Benjamin Spears
    July 2, 2011 at 12:00 am

    This is a pretty fun game, and a nice twist on simply drawing pictures. You could also do a weirder version by using everything from mashed potatoes to spam instead of play doh.

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