Play Doh Mats
Not all toddlers learn to write in the same way and to teach them can be a test of patience. So we created a innovative way to practice writing with your child. Play dough is tactile, fun and great for all multi-sensory early developmental play. But it can also be used in creative, playful ways to promote early literacy and numeracy skills in a hands on way. Scroll down to see all printables.
With this printable download you will get the 26 alphabet play-doh mats with different colors and for each letter, there will be a picture object for your child to practice the letter sound. Students will roll Play-Doh into long strips, like "snakes", and fill in the lines around the shape on the mat. This activity will reinforce the attributes of each letter. This comes also in a black and white version.
The same printables we created for number 1 to 10. Let your child finger trace the large numbers or place a coil of play dough, or small objects on top of the numbers. For great counting practice, we added a tree so that your child can add the amount of play doh balls inside the tree (making it look like apples). This comes also in a black and white version.
To kick off this school year, we created Play Doh Mats for Shapes. This download includes shape mats for the following shapes: Circle, square, rectangle, triangle, star, heart, oval, trapezoid, octagon, hexagon, pentagon, and parallelogram.Use all of the shape mats or only the shapes that fit your curriculum. Mats can be laminated or placed into page protectors prior to using with Play-Doh.
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