These playdough mats are a great way to get your little ones to practice their counting skills while having fun this spring and summer.
While grocery shopping recently, my daughter asked for some playdoh. It’s been quite a while since she’s played with playdoh, but she came home and played all afternoon.
I was inspired to make these free spring printables. Your little ones can practice their counting skills while decorating these playdoh mats. I’ve also rounded up some fun homemade playdoh recipes for all you crafty mommas!
Your little ones will love practicing their counting skills while making their very own playdough creations.
Print out these playdough mats with fun spring and summer backgrounds such as the park, backyard, or the pond. Follow the instructions on each page to add flowers, butterflies, ladybugs, and more to each scene.
This 10-page activity pack is no-prep! Just print and go. There’s one mat for each number 1-10.
Laminate these pages for best results. When your kids are done creating, wipe them down and store them for later use.
Homemade Playdough Recipes
2-Ingredient Fruity Scented Playdough at In the Playroom
Frozen-Inspired Playdough at Paging Fun Mums
Jello Playdough at Modern Parents Messy Kids
Easy Homemade Playdough in Less Than 10 Minutes at Musings From a Stay at Home Mom
DIY Aromatherapy Playdough at The Prairie Homestead
Silky Soft Playdough for Sensitive Skin at The Imagination Tree
No-Cook Playdough Recipeat Paging Fun Moms
Softest Playdough at Kids Activity Blog
Glowing Playdough at TinkerLab
Preschool Playdough Mats
Kids will develop fine motor skills as they roll, pinch, and manipulate playdough. They’ll express their creativity as the make butterflies, flowers, and more. And, they’ll practice counting to ten as they follow the instructions on each playdough mat.
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