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Number Playdough Mats for Fine Motor Development

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A set of playdough mats covering the numbers 0-20 to help children develop their fine motor skills and identify numbers to 20.

Print and laminate these playdough mats and have children re-create the different numbers with playdough.

They then roll balls of play dough to represent that number in the tens frame below the number.

This early years activity assists with fine motor development and number understanding.

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Could there be two separate tens frames for the teen numbers?

Alana Lancaster · Aug 18th, 2019

Hi Alana, great idea! Feel free to make a resource change request via the options at the bottom of this page.

Holly (Teach Starter) · Aug 19th, 2019

This is great – but could we put 2 ten frames on the bottom of the teen numbers please?

Jane Baxter · Jan 16th, 2019

Hello Jane,
Of course! I will get one of our designers on this now. Thanks for your suggestion.

Kristian · Jan 16th, 2019

The extra tens frame is now added. Thanks again for your suggestion.
If there is anything else I can assist you with, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Kristian · Jan 18th, 2019

the same resource 10-20 would be amazing!

Hannah · Jun 11th, 2018

Hi Hannah, thanks for the suggestion. Feel free to request a resource change using the tabs at the bottom of this resource. Thanks again.

Holly (Teach Starter) · Jun 12th, 2018

These look fantastic! So glad to see this new resource to compliment the 2D shapes play dough mats.

Lauren Hunt · May 6th, 2018

Thanks for your kind feedback Lauren!

Holly (Teach Starter) · May 7th, 2018

Resource Updates

  • Extra tens frame added for numbers 11 to 20

    Addition by Kristian Jan 18th, 2019

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