Number Playdough Mats (1-10)

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Number Playdough Mats (1-10) - Playdough mat, playdough resources, numeracy, numbers, playdough

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  • 15 hours ago

    These are lovely. I use them on our playdough table at school when it is maths time.

  • 1 day ago

    love it

  • 4 days ago

    I'm back teaching maths this year and need some activities that children can work on without teacher support

    • 3 days ago

      Hi Cherylit. I am interested to find out what you have found in relation to children working without teacher support. It would really help me if you could let me know on roko20academy@gmail.com. thank you. Tracey

    • 3 days ago

      Hi roko20,

      Thank you for your comment on the Twinkl website.

      Before I ask our teacher team about this for you, I was wondering if you could provide a few more details about the resource you're looking for?

      I hope you have a lovely day! : )

  • Jan 26th

    LOVE IT!!

  • Jan 24th

    Thank you..it will be a great help for our numeracy activity.

  • Jan 21st

    it will be easier for the children to learn numbers.

  • Jan 17th

    I will use it for a student with special learning needs in my class.

  • Jan 6th

    I am going to use it for my independent rotation during my numeracy block!

  • Dec 7th

    montessori playgroup

  • Nov 13th

    my math class!

  • Oct 26th

    great for play dough

  • Oct 19th

    Number recognition with fun play.

  • Oct 11th

    I would use this resource to help children familiarise and recognise numbers 1-10. Playdough is one of their favourite activities.

  • Sep 28th

    Fab

  • Sep 21st

    number recognition and practicing how to form numbers

  • Sep 21st

    number recognition and practicing forming numbers using play dough.

  • Sep 12th

    Practical maths and fine motor skills with young SEN children

  • Sep 10th

    Number recognition and manipulative skills

  • Sep 7th

    maths

  • Sep 5th

    kindergarten math centers!

  • Sep 4th

    teaching number recog

  • Aug 24th

    to help pre schoolers to learn about numbers and to introduce counting ideas

  • Aug 22nd

    teaching numbers and how to make numbers

  • Aug 19th

    preschool maths

  • Aug 7th

    Lovely resource, also available in French! http://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-t-901-french-number-playdough-mats-1-10

  • Jul 29th

    Art and craft station when using stations

  • Jul 21st

    Meet and greet with families in the morning.

    • Jul 21st

      Hi Fiona4744,
      That's a lovely idea - thanks for letting others know! :)

  • May 29th

    Number formation with dough

  • May 14th

    I will use these in my math centers. Thank You!

  • May 7th

    Brilliant resource! Thank you

  • May 2nd

    Am going to use this resource with one of my autistic students in their number recognition and their support teacher to talk about numbers and make numbers - will also modify the resource to incorporate photos

  • Apr 27th

    Number recognition using play dough

  • Apr 26th

    number recogntion using play dough

  • Apr 25th

    number recognition

  • Apr 23rd

    number recogntion

  • Apr 17th

    Number recognition/playdough/sand shaving foam

  • Apr 16th

    Number recognition

  • Apr 14th

    using it for son's fifth birthday party. kids will make the number 5 with playdough

  • Mar 27th

    thanks alot

  • Mar 18th

    Number identification

  • Mar 17th

    Number identification

  • Mar 16th

    number recognition activity

  • Mar 8th

    Ive found some children find it difficult to reproduce shapes with traditional mark making tools. This is a great way to get then to think about the shapes of numbers. I remember years ago watching on tv a grown lady who was not able to learn to write until one teacher helped her form the shapes of letters using pipe cleaners. I figure that this is a simialr principle.

  • Mar 5th

    I am busy setting up a maths centre for my Grade R children and this is such a fantastic way of teaching them their numbers as well as helping those little fingers get stronger!

  • Feb 25th

    Really like this resource as playdough is very popular with the children and it extends the resource further

  • Feb 10th

    Pre-school food and healthy living topic

  • Feb 5th

    learning how to write numbers

  • Jan 27th

    counting 1 to 10

  • Jan 26th

    love it!!!

  • Jan 11th

    Excellent for Homeschooling. Thank you!!

  • Jan 5th

    Playgroup playdough table

  • Jan 3rd

    nursery

  • Dec 20th

    yey!!!

  • Nov 23rd

    Intervention groups.

  • Nov 21st

    This will form part of my continuous provision, alongside our story of the week - 'One Mole Digging a Hole' by Julia Donaldson and Nick Sharratt.

  • Oct 5th

    cant wait to use it

  • Sep 23rd

    toddler time group

  • Sep 10th

    Great for working on fine motor skills. Thanks!

  • Sep 2nd

    What a lovely resource! Thank you.

Number Playdough Mats (1-10)

Number Playdough Mats (1-10) - A set of playdough mats featuring numbers 1-10 and accompanying images. Just laminate to create re-useable playdough mats - a fun way to re-enforce learning numbers.
This resource is available in Standard, Straight 1 and Straight 4.
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