Wednesday, 20 March 2019

My class and I make green plain play dough

My class and I decided to make green play dough for St Patrick’s Day.

Our teacher showed us the ingredients and the method. First we had to get into five groups because there are only five containers. Once we get into five groups two students came with their container to the teacher. After we had all of the ingredients we use a blunt knife to mix it all together (the blunt knife isn’t that sharp).

Once the play dough had cooled down  we used a glove to keep mixing it until it wasn’t sticky.

We put the play dough on the table and rolled the green play dough to form a long spiral. Then we played a race using a foam ball and a straw that we blew into to move the ball. It was a lot of fun but when we got bored we made a bridge and a ramp for the ball to under and up.      

Soon the teacher told us to put the play dough into a airtight container so it wouldn’t go too moldy.

It was a lot of fun.


  1. Bonjour Kyle! Its Jennae here from Karoro School, Greymouth. I noticed when I looked at the title of your work I seen that you haven't put capitals in your title for each word. For titles they do need capitals so maybe you should fix that. Do you like playdough? I used to love it when I was little in the classroom making cool things.
    Ka Pai Kyle!

    From Jennae

  2. Hi I am Zac from Karoro school I can see that you like play dough.

    I used to eat it when I was little. You must have a lot of fun on St Patricks day.

  3. Kia Ora Kyle. It's Mackenzie from Karoro School, Greymouth. It sounded like it was fun to make. One thing that you could work on next time it putting capital letters on every word of your title.