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This sections contains a variety of playdough mats that are ideal to use at home with young children or in an early years setting. You’ll find playdough mats across a variety of different themes, many of which relate to popular early years stories. They encourage children to make various objects using playdough, improving fine motor skills. Some have a literacy and / or numeracy focus and help to develop problem solving and reasoning skills.


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Elmer the Elephant Playdough Mats

Elmer the Elephant Playdough Mats

Funny Bones A3/A4 Playdough Mats

Funny Bones A3/A4 Playdough Mats

Little Red Hen Playdough Mats

Little Red Hen Playdough Mats

Lowercase Alphabet Playdough Mats

Lowercase Alphabet Playdough Mats

Polar Region Playdough Mats

Polar Region Playdough Mats

Snow White Playdough Mats

Snow White Playdough Mats

Spring Playdough Mats

Spring Playdough Mats

Telling The Time Playdough Mats

Telling The Time Playdough Mats

The Gingerbread Man Playdough Mats

The Gingerbread Man Playdough Mats

The Great Big Turnip Playdough Mats

The Great Big Turnip Playdough Mats

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Playdough Mats

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Playdough Mats

Three Billy Goats Gruff Playdough Mats

Three Billy Goats Gruff Playdough Mats


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