Kids can use Play-Doh to make creative sculptures, teach numbers and letters, or as part of a unique sculpting game. Because of the product's similarity to dough, children often use Play-Doh for make-believe cooking and baking.
Learning4Kids.net provides a number of unique ideas for activities and games involving Play-Doh, such as forming the dough into letters so children can learn the alphabet, or using small balls of dough to teach children simple arithmetic. TheIdeaRoom.net has rules for a Pictionary-like sculpting game in which players are instructed to sculpt specific objects while team members try to guess what they're making. Please note that although Play-Doh is non-toxic, it is not meant to be eaten and contains wheat.