These logs on this bonfire playdough mat need some playdough flames to make them in to a burning bonfire to warm us up! Grab the red, orange and yellow playdough...
Bonfire Night Playdough Mats
Sometimes it isn't possible or advisable to take your youngest children to a Bonfire Night fireworks display, so our Bonfire Night Playdough mats could be a way to bring a bit of Bonfire Night to them instead! So grab the playdough and get creative...
Our cityscape is already bright and cheerful but it would look even better with some playdough fireworks exploding overhead! Print our cityscape fireworks playdough mat on to card and laminate to use over and over again.
What will this firework look like when it explodes? Use lots of different colours or just your favourite to make an exploding firework on this playdough mat.
Here's a fun activity for children learning about Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot. This Guy Fawkes playdough mat asks children to make a playdough barrel of gunpowder, ready to be lit.
It is traditional to make a 'guy' to burn on a bonfire on November 5th. They're not usually made from playdough though! Children can make a playdough guy for this bonfire playdough mat.
Use your playdough - yellow and orange would be good - to add some flames to power our firework rocket on this playdough mat.
Our sparkler playdough mat is missing any sparkles! Get out some yellow and orange playdough to light up this sparkler.