♥Summer Herb Camp: Week Two Playing With Play Dough♥

Welcome to Mama Rosemary’s Herb Camp

Join us every week for a fun round up of projects and ideas to do with your kids during the summer.  Each week will have a theme with lots of projects to do using herbs, exploring science and natural, holistic living plus some great crafts for good ol’ fashion fun!  Many projects can be adapted for multiple age ranges depending on your child’s interests and developmental stage.

♥ Let’s explore herbs and aromas with play dough. ♥

Our second week of summer camp is all about play dough!

Playing with play dough provides an opprotunity for creation and stress relief for little kids.  It is a tactile experience that helps kids explore the world.  Add herbs and essential oils to the play dough and you have a therapeutic aromatherapy experience happening too.   This week join us in making lots of different herbal play dough combinations.  

… start with the basics of making your own herbal aromatic play dough

chocolate playdough

… explore the wonders of cinnamon during your very own cinnamon day

cinnamon play dough

… create meditative calm with play dough mandalas

playdoughmandala - Edited 2

… enjoy roses and chocolates, originally created for Valentine’s Day, these two play dough recipes are a bit of loving luxury


… make herbal salt dough, this post was created for Mother’s Day but you could use any other fragrant herbs in place of roses and use this fun dough to sculpt whatever you can imagine


Did you miss Herb Camp last week?  

Click here to check out all the fairy fun we had!


I am so glad you stopped by!  

Please join us again next week for lots of fun adventures in the garden! 

Shared On: Eco-Kid’s Tuesday, It’s Playtime, Kid’ Co-op

Categories: Aromatherapy For Kids, Herbal Crafts And Projects, Herbs For Kids and Mamas, Seasonal Herbal Crafts, Summer, Summer Herb Camp | Tags: , , , , | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “♥Summer Herb Camp: Week Two Playing With Play Dough♥

  1. Just found you over at the Kid’s Co-op. I absolutely love these ideas.

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