Donut Playdough Cards

These donut playdough cards are the perfect way to have your preschoolers practice counting to ten! Rolling out playdough sprinkles is a great way to build fine motor skills, too!

I’ve never met a kid who didn’t love playdough. Moms and teachers, on the other hand, don’t love it as much as kids do because kids can get really messy with it. 

Donut Playdough Cards

Kids can build fine motor skills while practicing number recognition and one-to-one correspondence.

Print the playdough mats and laminate them, or slip them in a dry-erase pocket. 

Have your child choose a playdough card and identify the number in the top left corner. Then, have them count the sprinkles on the small doughnut in the top right corner. 

Now, it’s time for the fun part! Have your child roll, pinch, and mold their playdough to resemble sprinkles.

Add the correct number of sprinkles to the large doughnut in the center of each card. 

When you laminate the pages or slip them in dry erase pockets, the pages are reusable. This allows them to be used over and over again. Just wipe them clean and start over. 

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