Playdough Mats

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FREE Playdough Mats from SingAStory!


1.Click on the image of your choice to get the full-sized version

2. Print out the picture

3. Laminate it

4. Get homemade or store bought dough of your choice

5. Have fun!

pm - coverprincess pmpm - mcpm - hh

pm - mmMy Babysitterpm - abc'sLittle Monkey - play doh matTyler Rexton - play doh matZoo in Clouds - play doh matpm -ppRSR - play doh matpm - nnBumbleDragon - play doh mat


  • Aria says:

    I love the babysitter one with everyone singing.

  • Ronda says:

    This is super cute and clever. I think I’ll make one for my daughter to TAKE babysitting since she is just starting to babysit other peoples children. Thanks for all your work and cute ideas.

  • Melissa says:

    Mine are printing not full page – more like 5 x 7. Is there something I can do so they are bigger. My little kids I think don’t have the skills to make things that small.

    • Linda says:

      If you’re on Windows, this works well for me:

      – Right click on image and chose “save as” to save to your computer
      – Then go to the directory where the image saved and right click the file and chose ‘Print’

      This opens it in Windows Photo Viewer which has really nice options and automatically fits the image to a page.

    • Kathy Ehni Loegering says:

      I have a MAC. All you pages printed 5 x 7. How do I get a full page picture?

      • Stephanie says:

        If you are using a Mac, there should be a “Scale” field when you hit print. You can put in the size you want in a percentage. 100% should be a full page. If you need it bigger, you can put in 200%, etc.

  • Pam says:

    This is so adorable. I am making the playdoh book for my granddaughter. I know she will love it. Play doh is one of her favorite things to do and I enjoy play. ing it with her. I also will be doing the songs with her. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful idea!

  • Brandi says:

    this is so clever. printing for my boys who love playdo, and a babysitting bag for my oldest dau.. she’s gonna rock the babysitting things! thanks so much for sharing!

  • Nikki H says:

    I can’t get them to print full page either, I’m using a PC. Any suggestions/help 🙂 thanks!

    • Stephanie says:

      If they’re not printing correctly from your browser, you can try saving the images to your computer and printing them from there (like Linda said). That way you can have more in-depth photo manipulation control depending upon your individual computer and printer. Sorry for the hang-ups. They were designed to automatically print full-page.

  • C. MacKenzie says:

    I am going to use these in my Transitional Kindergarten classroom. The kids will love using their imagination with them and they’re great for fine motor development. Thanks!

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