Colourful bathing huts brighten up the beach on this printable playdough mat. Get out the playdough and your children can add their own huts making them as colourful as they can.
Summer Playdough Mats
We've seaside, garden, minibeasts and more among this fun collection of summer playdough mats. They are a fun and cheap way to keep children entertained over the summer holidays.
Get out the playdough and have fun making a pretend beach scene on this printable playdough mat. Children can be creative making deckchairs, beach towels, parasols or anything they think they'd want for a day on the beach.
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...
Our favourite things to cook over a campfire are dampers and s'mores. What will your children make for our campfire cooking playdough mat?
The best thing about camping has to be the campfire. Get out playdough in red, orange and yellow and let children make their own safe campfire on this campfire playdough mat.
It looks a bit lonely in this campsite at the moment. Challenge your children to fill our camping playdough mat with tents, people, campfires - or even a caravan.
This playdough mat could be used in spring (think lambs!) or summer - or perhaps for St David's Day or St Patrick's Day?
Get out the playdough and make some big pincers for this crab. Laminating our crab palydough mat will mean you can use it again.
This fun cricket themed playdough mat asks children to make a ball and stumps, perfect for any sports fans.
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?
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.
There are four ice cream cones on this playdough mat waiting for some playdough ice cream to be added.
Cool down with some ice lollies this summer. Children can design their own on our ice lollies playdough mat.
Here's a great playdough mat for your youngest children. Grab the black playdough and add some spots to the ladybird/ladybug!
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.
What a lovely site for a picnic. Children need to use their creativity to make a picnic to complete this playdough mat.
If you can't get to the beach to do some rockpooling for yourself why not make a playdough rockpool on this fun rockpooling playdough mat.
Perhaps your children will make a red rose for Valentine's Day? Alternatively, choose any colour they like to add a rose to the stem; roses come in such beautifully different colours and patterns.
You can't have a sailing boat without a sail! Let your children be creative as they design a sail out of playdough on our sailing boat playdough mat.
What will your children make to sail on the sea on our playdough mat? A sailing ship, a yacht, a canoe or maybe a raft? They can let their imagination go wild.
Make a sandcastle from playdough to complete this playdough mat. You could even make sand dough and decorate with shells.
Nothing says summer like strawberries and cream. This strawberries and cream playdough mat has a bowl for children to fill with playdough strawberries.
Get out the green playdough to add lots of leaves to this summer tree playdough mat. Perhaps you could add a bird or two too?
When your children make the sunflower to top the stem on this sunflower playdough mat encourage them to think about the texture of the flower and see if they can represent it in playdough. They could even embelish with sunflower seeds.
This wave looks perfect for surfing. Set your children the challenge to make a surfer to ride the wave on our surfer playdough mat.
Time for tennis, but you need something to hit the ball with! Can you make a racket from playdough to hit the ball on this tennis playdough mat?