Whether you’re outfitting a kindergarten classroom or trying to make your child’s play or homeschool room safe, play mats are a great way to create a defined play space while also protecting your floors and your child’s knees. They’re also handy to have on hand for gym class or for safely acting out your favorite Shakespeare scenes. Check out these top picks for quick and easy to assemble play mats.
We like that these exercise play mats are a half-inch thick. Each tile is a 24-inch square, giving you a large amount of surface area to cover. You’ll also get 12 end pieces to create defined borders.
You’ll like that these exercise play mats come in three colors: gray, black and blue. You’ll get six tiles that measure 24-inches and are a half-inch thick. This set also includes 12 end borders.
Each tile of this exercise play mat measures 24 inches square and is available in up to 15 different colors. You can also opt for the multicolor option for a fun floorscape.
We like that this exercise play mat also comes in multiple colors. This set comes with 18 pieces.
You’ll like that this is a multicolor exercise play mat that comes in mostly primary colors with a few pastels as well. These are also non-toxic and safe for all ages.
Parents and preschool teachers alike can benefit from a soft, comfortable and colorful play mat. Babies can use it for tummy time, and little ones can learn how to walk while keeping their knees and palms safe. Make playtime safe with these mats!
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