I love playdough activities for kids throughout the year, and December is an especially fun time for playdough activities.
I had a post last year with Montessori-Inspired Christmas Playdough Activities. There are some wonderful new Christmas playdough activities online this year. Today, I want to feature some creative ideas for Montessori-inspired Christmas playdough set-ups.
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Montessori-Inspired Trays, Containers, and Other Ways to Set up Christmas Playdough Activities
Vibrant Wanderings prepared a Christmas playdough tray. (The blog is no longer available.)
Every Star is Different prepared a Christmas Nutcracker playdough tray. (Go to Free Printables tab at the top of the blog, then to Holiday Activities, then to Christmas Activities, and then to The Nutcracker.)
Divided Playdough Tray
Happy Hooligans put together a Christmas playdough activity tray using a divided tray.
Racheous created a Christmas fine-motor playdough kit. (That particular blog post is no longer available.)
Playdough Sensory Tub
Sew Sprout Play has a Christmas playdough activity in a sensory bin. (The blog is no longer available.)
Learn Play Imagine set up a Christmas playdough table.
What is your favorite way to set up a playdough activity?
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