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Welcome back to Tried It Tuesday! We are linking up again with the amazing Fourth Grade Flipper's Tried It Tuesday to share a few ideas of what works in our classroom!
Cookie Cutter Fun
One of our favorite sensory play activities is to take cookie cutters and make items out of Play-Doh. We bought the Wilton's 101 piece Cookie Cutter set on Amazon for around $15. This set has a huge variety of cookie cutters. This is perfect for all of the holidays. Also included are letters and numbers!
This weekend, we tried out the "hand" in our brand new set of cookie cutters! They turned out so cute!
We made these for our new friends from our VPK class. To save time, we used the store bought sugar cookie dough! First, we rolled out the dough, then cut out "hands." Next, we popped them into the oven. After baking, as the cookies were cooling, we pressed a chocolate kiss onto the center of each cookie. Finally, we packaged them!
Like these adorable cookie labels? Want to make a set to go along with your Kissing Hand Unit? Click below to see them!