Here is another fun playdough/Play-Doh themed printable freebie- playdough letter mats!
I have been inspired to create a bunch of playdough themed activities- from letters, to numbers, to patterns and of course colors too! You can(must) see this fun spelling busy box and also our Playdough Pack!
Use playdough to form the letters! This develop the sense of letter formation even before formal writing happens. Teach kids how to roll a “snake” and then form the letters with the snakes as you would write it. The colors can be matched to the cards or simply use any color to make the letter.
Use these playdough letter mats in your playdough or literacy center OR pop it into a box/bag with the small tubs of Play-Doh and you have a great little busy activity for on-the-go!
Such a bright, fun-and FREE- printable activity your young children will love! Get it on our FREEBIES page by following the instructions below:
Remember to check out this awesome Playdough Pack for more fun!
Also check out these DIGITAL Resources with a playdough theme!
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