These mini Christmas play dough mats will make great little gifts for students, sweet party favors, or just a fun activity to occupy kids during a Christmas or holiday gathering.
If you are looking for a sweet little Christmas gift for the kids in your life, I have a great idea for you. These printable play dough mats, along with a container or two of play dough can be assembled into a cute little gift bag. Here is how I put mine together.
Prepare the Christmas Play Dough Mats
I created 4 different mini holiday play dough mats. They print 2 sets per page. To prepare them you need to print them, laminate them, and then cut them out.
Add Some Playdough
Of course, if you have play dough mats…..you need play dough. I found a package of little Play dough containers in the stocking stuffer/candy aisle of my local Target store.
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If you are the DIY type and have some extra time on your hand, you can also easily make your own dough. Here are some posts to help you out:
Assemble Play Dough Mat Gift Bags
I also included some “dough-lightful” little gift cards (both holiday and Christmas versions) in the free printable. Place a gift card, a set of laminated play dough mats, and 1- 2 containers of play dough in a little cello gift bag. Tie the bag with a pretty ribbon and you will have a cute holiday favor or Christmas gift for kids.
I think that this is not only a gift that kids will enjoy, but parents will appreciate it….because it’s NOT candy.
Increase the fun and learning opportunities by including more than one color of play dough in your little gift. Just don’t tag me in the pictures when the kids mix the colors. Does anybody else have serious play dough color mixing issues?
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Are you looking for more hands-on learning activities for your kids? Check out these Christmas activities in my store:
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