I use these mats with my pre-k class. You can print each mat to use as extra "number"
recognition and practice. These can also be placed in “Sheet Protectors” or you may choose to “laminate.” Then you can have your students practice forming different numbers and shapes by using Play-Doh. You can also have the students use dry erase marker to trace and write each number and shape. Then you can use felt or a cloth to erase and reuse. I have my class bring in old socks at the beginning of the school year and that is what we use.
Included in this download:
Mats for numbers 1 - 20.
Mats for shapes: triangle, circle, oval, rectangle, square, and rhombus)diamond).
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Play-Doh Alphabet Mats
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