You can use these pages in many different ways. Children add the required number of eggs to the nest - from 1 to 10. Laminate the pages and use them as playdough mats, asking children to make the eggs out of playdough.
Spring Playdough Mats
Celebrate spring by breaking out some of playdough mats - they work particularly well on rainy spring days! We've got a varied collection here that can be adapated to different ages. You might want to laminate them for repeat use.
April is famous for showers in the UK, so we thought it would be fun to create a playdough mat especially for raindrops! This would be fun to do on a showery spring day...
There is an egg in this bird's nest, so use your playdough to make a bird to watch over it carefully...
This bunny needs some carrots! Can your children make some playdough ones? Our bunny playdough mat is fun for Easter or spring.
Use your playdough to decorate the butterfly. Kids can let their imaginations run wild with this one. You might like to remind older children to keep their designs symmetrical...
This playdough mat could be used in spring (think lambs!) or summer - or perhaps for St David's Day or St Patrick's Day?
Encourage your child's creativity and modelling skills with this daffodil playdough mat. You'll need to break out the yellow playdough - and maybe some orange too.
Kids can add a daisy to our stem with playdough. Will it be a traditional white daisy with a yellow centre, or something a little unusual?
This Easter playdough mat shows a cracked egg - but the kids need to make the hatching chick out of playdough. Print the playdough mat onto card, and laminate it if you might want to use it again.
Use your playdough to add some eggs to the nest - a perfect playdough mat to print out for spring or Easter modelling fun!
Children can use their playdough to add a flower to this pot. They could also add soil and a seedling, or perhaps a bean stalk...
Children can use their green playdough to mould some frogs to sit on the lilypads on this fun printable playdough mat. Actually, who said the frogs had to be green!
Children can use their playdough to make a garden full of flowers using this fun playdough mat as a prompt. Perfect for spring or summer.
In spring, if you opened the door to a hen house like this one, you might well find some little chicks! Get the kids to use their playdough to add chicks to the scene.
Here's a great playdough mat for your youngest children. Grab the black playdough and add some spots to the ladybird/ladybug!
You rarely see just one lamb in a spring field. Kids can use their playdough to add more to this playdough mat scene!
I love this colourful playdough mat, and hope the kids will enjoy it too! They can use their playdough to add some minibeasts (and animals and birds) to the scene.
Here's a simple playdough mat which could be used in many ways, but here we are thinking about spring and encourage the kids to add a sun and rainbow to the picture with their playdough.
There is possibly nothing prettier in spring than the site of a tree covered in blossom. Children can use their playdough - pink or white perhaps - to cover our spring tree in playdough blossom!
Kids can use their playdough to add a tulip to the stem we provide on this playdough mat. Tulips come in all sorts of different colours - yellow, pink, orange, red, purple, black...