I realized we have a TON of crayon play dough recipes on the blog. Other play dough recipes, too actually… But, over the years, we’ve had more than a few broken crayons. When there are four kids in the house, I guess broken crayons are a given! They end up under the couch cushions, in the corners of bedrooms, and under the dining room side table. If you’ve got as many broken crayons as we do, why not use them to mix up a sensory and fine motor tool for creative play with crayon dough recipes of all kinds. Using crayon pieces in dough will create a soft play dough with the most vivid color you will ever see!
Now, the question is: Which play dough recipe to try first?!
The Ultimate Guide to Crayon Play Dough Recipes
How to Make Crayon Play Dough
Pair crayon play dough with Harold and the Purple Crayon book
Use broken crayons to make crayon floam dough
Celebrate the sparkle with gold, sliver, and bronze metallic crayon play dough
Try all of the reds in the crayon box with shades of red crayon play dough
Make red, white, and blue patriotic crayon play dough.
Try a twist on the classic salt dough recipe with Crayon Salt Dough.