Playdough activities are popular with toddlers and preschoolers, and they’re great for developing a number of important skills. I wanted some extra Montessori-inspired playdough mats for the seasons. So, today, I’m sharing a free spring playdough math pack ! It’s an instant download, too.
I also have ideas of Montessori-inspired playdough math activities to go with the pack! (Note: If you live in the Southern Hemisphere, check out my post with a free fall playdough math pack!)
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Free Spring Playdough Math Pack (Montessori-Inspired Instant Download)
To download, click here and then click on the file image in the upper right corner of the PDF to save to your computer (just choose where you want it saved).
For playdough activities, I really recommend printing out the pack on cardstock and laminating the pages. You can choose to leave borders or not. Here’s the new version of the laminator I use (and love).
Contents (and/or Related Resources)
Resources for Seasons and Playdough Activities
- Montessori-Inspired Playdough Activities 101
- Montessori-Inspired Spring Playdough Activities
- Montessori-Inspired Months and Seasons Work
- Montessori-Inspired Spring Themes and Activities
Dandelion Photo Playdough Mats
Worm Photo Playdough Mats
Playdough Numbers and Counters
Number and Math Symbol Squares
- Ten Apples Up On Top Activities with Spielgaben
- Free Montessori Elementary Materials Online
- Montessori-Inspired Addition Activities Using Dots
- DIY Addition Strip Board and Strip Board Presentations
- Greater Than, Less Than Alligator Math Printables and Activities
Montessori-Inspired Playdough Math Activities for Spring
You’ll find ideas for using the spring playdough math pack in my Montessori-inspired playdough math activities for spring post.
Montessori-Inspired Printables at Living Montessori Now
My daughter, Christina (a former Montessori child), and I are partnering to bring you a series of Montessori-inspired printables. The printables are typically themed and use a number of Montessori principles (although you don’t need to be a Montessori teacher or homeschooler to use them).
The playdough mats use photos for realistic dandelion and worm images. The playdough cards and counters are a fun extension to Montessori cards and counters.
You’ll find a playdough recipe that works well for spring playdough activities along with ideas for fall playdough trays in my “How to Prepare a Simple Fall Playdough Tray” post.
More Montessori-Inspired Spring Printables and Activities
See my Montessori-inspired Spring themes and activities post for a list of my spring-themed posts.
More Free Printables at Living Montessori Now
See my Free Montessori Printables category for more free Montessori-inspired instant downloads.
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