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Alphabet Playdough Mats

Kids will have fun practicing building their alphabet letters with playdough, tracing letters, and learning words that start with the same sound with these free printable alphabet mats.

FREE Alphabet Playdough Cards - these free printable playdough mats are a fun way for toddler, preschool, kindergarten, and first grade kids to practice forming letters while strengthening muscles in hand. Also includes handwriting practice and several vocabulary with same phonemic sound as letter #alphabet #preschool #kindergarten #playdoughmat

Alphabet Playdough Mats

Kids will have fun practicing forming uppercase letters and tracing letters with these free printable alphabet mats.  Whether you are a parent, homeschoolers, or kindergarten teachers – you will love this low prep alphabet activity for teaching kindergartners their letter!
While you can use store bought playdough, we prefer homemade playdough recipes that are softer, smell better, and are free of harsh chemicals. Try our Kool Aid Playdough Recipe, 2 ingredient easy playdough recipe, or our delicious Ice Cream Edible Playdough Recipe.
alphabet playdough mats are a fun way for toddler, preschool, pre k, and kindergarten age kids to practice forming uppercase letters, alphabet tracing, and working on phonemic awareness

Free Alphabet Playdough Mats

Start out by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click text link that says >> Download <<. The pdf file will open for you to save and print.

Simply print the half page abc mat in color. They have just a little splash of color and are perfect to laminate or use in page protector to use over and over again.


Alphabet Mats

Each play dough mat features a capital letter from A to Z. At the top of this ABC Printables is space for preschool, pre k, and kindergarten age students to form the letter out of play doh (which is great for strengthening hand muscles to get ready for writing!). But if you prefer, you can also use stickers, do a dot markers, snap cubes, dry erase markers / crayons / markers / colored pencils, pipe cleaners, cotton balls, or any other hands on tactile item for learning letters that you like.

On the bottom of each alphabet card are three items that start with the featured letter to help students beging to learn the sounds letters make and listen for those beginning sounds in words. ON the letter f example above there is aflamingo, frog and fire hydrant featred on the bottom.

Finally, children will practice forming all the uppercase alphabet letters. Students can then use a dry erase marker to practice tracing letters, or use crayons / markers / colored pencils if you choose not to laminate the alphabet printable.

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Free Playdough Mats

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FREE Alphabet Playdough Cards    Watermelon Seed Counting Playdough Mats Make learning about the time concept fun with this super cute, free telling time activity that uses playdough mats for a hands-on math activity for kindergartners, pre-k, and grade 1 students.  Simply download pdf file with telling time games and grab some play doh and you are ready to work on learning to tell the time. This Kindergarten Telling time activity is great for at home, in the classroom, or as summer learning!

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Playdough Activities for Kids

Looking for some amazing playdough recipes to try? Check out these easy play doh recipes!

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FREE Alphabet Printables

Plus, don’t miss our most popular alphabet printables including our: Alphabet Coloring Pages, Alphabet Worksheets, Alphabet Printable Hats, Alphabet Playdough Mats,vAlphabet Do a Dot Printables, Fruit Loop Alphabet Printable Snack Mats, and printable alphabet crafts.

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Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is the creative multi-tasking creator of Kindergarten Worksheets and Games. As a busy mother of six, she strives to create hands-on learning activities and worksheets that kids will love to make learning FUN! Browse through more than 200,000 pages of FREE worksheets & educational activities for kindergartners! Plus don't miss her other sites and


  • Dear Beth,

    you are a great teacher, thank you so much for sharing this wonderful material, I was looking for this helpful material a long time ago, I live in mexico and I teach elementary school and my students love to use play doh.

    Best regard

  • Dear Beth,
    I am so grateful for these awesome play dough mats. I have been homeschooling my 3 girls (14,14 & 11) for 10 years & now with this dreaded virus my class has increased with a few extra students, a grade 1, a pre-schooler, a 16 year old & my son who is 3! We are going to have so much fun with your product, thank you for making it free too 🙂 We live in Zimbabwe, Africa.

  • Dear Beth,
    Thank you so much! I’m teaching my son on the spectrum and surely this will help.
    Love from the Philippines!

  • Hello. I teach preschool and tutor in Kindergarten. I love your playdough mats; however, I can not get them to print on a piece of cardstock without part of the borders being cut off. Do you have a suggestion as to what I can do to prevent losing the border on part of the letters?
    Thank you.

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