I LOVE all the fun activities for kids in the fall. Those include lots of great playdough activities. Today, I want to share some Montessori-inspired fall playdough activities.
For basic ideas for preparing Montessori-inspired playdough activities, check out my roundup post: Montessori-Inspired Playdough Activities 101. It would be impossible to include all the awesome fall playdough activities online, but here are some great ones from around the blogosphere:
Montessori-Inspired Harvest Playdough Activities
Produce Playdough from Little Moments
Natural Nature Playdough from Sun Hats and Wellie Boots
Herb Garden Playdough from Create with Your Hands
Making Blackberry Playdough from Rainy Day Mum
Montessori-Inspired Apple Playdough Activities
Apple playdough presentation from To the Lesson!
Playdough apple pie activity from Counting Coconuts
Apple Pie Play Dough from Along with Way
Apple Playdough Counting Mats (free printable) from Pre-K Pages
Montessori-Inspired Fall Leaf Playdough Activities
Ll is for Leaf Play Dough Mat from 1+1+1=1
Montessori-Inspired Pumpkin Playdough Activities
Pumpkin Pie Playdough from Chasing Cheerios
Pumpkin Pie Playdough from A House of Learning, Prayer and Little Ones
Pumpkin Playdough Play Mat from The Adventures of Bear
Montessori-Inspired Halloween Playdough Activities
Halloween Playdough from Counting Coconuts
Black Halloween (spider) Playdough from Taming the Goblin
Montessori-Inspired Corn Playdough Activities
Cornmeal Play Dough Activity from Little Wonders’ Days (blog no longer available but the photo shows a way to set up fall playdough activities using items from your kitchen)
Montessori-Inspired Thanksgiving Playdough Activities
Cranberry Play Dough Recipe from Homeschool Mo (blog no longer available)
Cranberry Play Dough Recipe from Learn Play Imagine
Turkey Playdough Activity from Counting Coconuts
More Autumn Playdough Ideas
NurtureStore (Fall Tree photo) and The Imagination Tree have playdough ideas of every kind. Just add the activity tray! And please follow me on Pinterest. I often have playdough activities pinned to my holiday- and unit study boards. And for any season, I think you’ll love my pinboard of Playdough and Craft Recipes!
I have a post and video on how to prepare a simple fall playdough tray.
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