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  • Midland Park Primary School
  • North Charleston, SC
  • Nearly all students from low‑income households Data about students' economic need comes from the National Center for Education Statistics, via our partners at MDR Education. Learn more

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Playing with play-dough is a great way for young students to develop strength in their little hands! They are able to work on muscle tone by squishing, rolling, and flattening play-dough, which will help them become strong writers! Playing with play-dough is also calming and therapeutic for young learners. Several students use it as a tool to calm down during the first day jitters or when they are missing their parents/caregivers. Using the play-dough at the table is a great way for students to express their emotions. The letter stamps and utensils are just an added bonus to spark creativity!

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Playing with play-dough is a great way for young students to develop strength in their little hands! They are able to work on muscle tone by squishing, rolling, and flattening play-dough, which will help them become strong writers! Playing with play-dough is also calming and therapeutic for young learners. Several students use it as a tool to calm down during the first day jitters or when they are missing their parents/caregivers. Using the play-dough at the table is a great way for students to express their emotions. The letter stamps and utensils are just an added bonus to spark creativity!

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