In honor of AA Milne’s birthday on January 18th Peakle Pie is celebrating by having a blog hop for all things to do with Winnie the Pooh – stories, activities, games, sensory, recipes, crafts and so on – the more the merrier! I decided to share a few different activities with Lil’ Red and Big Red! I just so happened to have some small plastic figurines, some playdough, and a nice veggies platter to create our Winnie the Pooh Play doh Invitation to Play!
I am going to admit this is the first time I have ever set up a play doh tray for my boys. They love love love play doh, tools, and all sorts of fun ways to play with it.
I set out the invitation to play and both boys were very eager to play with it. They played and explored and SHARED!!! That is a big deal in our house as we are in the “still learning to share” and the ” not everything is mine because I want it” stages!
I set up the tray with Pooh, Tigger, and Owl as well as short craft sticks, linking rabbits, and foam stickers on toothpicks to represent Rabbits garden! I will be definitely making more play doh trays for future themes.
Lots more Winnie the Pooh fun are linked up below:
Make These Cute Paper Plate Piglets from Peakle Pie
Winnie the Pooh Book Review from Witty Hoots
Winnie-the-Pooh’s Honey Snacks from Kelly’s Classroom
Playing Winnie the Pooh’s Favourite Game – Pooh Sticks from Play & Learn Everyday
Where in The World is Winnie The Pooh? from Castle View Academy
Simple Art for Little Girl’s Room With Free Printable from Play Dough & Popsicles
DIY Winnie The Pooh Letters from Adventures of Adam
Whimsical Winnie the Pooh Kids Birthday Party from Crafty Mama in ME
Paper Plate Winnie the Pooh Craft from In the Playroom
Adventures of Adam says
Love the endless possibilities of this activity!
Looks like fun! The tray had a bunch of great stuff to get creative with. I love that they shared 🙂
maryanne at mama smiles says
What a fun play dough theme!
Erin @ Stay At Home Yogi says
I love the “invitation to play” concept. And I can’t believe I missed a chance to celebrate winnie the pooh! 🙂
This is such a cute idea.
Thank you for sharing with us at Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop
Who cares if you “missed” the day just celebrate Winnie the Pooh and friends anytime!
Just came across the “invitation to play” idea on pinterest and love how simple it is to set up and how LONG my little guy’s play with something so simple.
Hooray for success with playdough! Thanks for joining us at Friday Frivolity and I hope to see you again this week!
[email protected] says
Such a fun learning-play idea for toddlers. Thanks for sharing at the Inspiration Spotlight party. Pinned & shared. See you again soon.
Featured this post in our Learn & Play Link Up this week. Thank you for sharing with us these fantastic activities and hope to link with us again.
Sarah Eliza says
Love the idea of an “invitation to play” — and this one is so cute! Pinning and tweeting, thanks for sharing at Friday Frivolity!