Inside: These pom pom learning activities are a great way to build toddler and preschool skills. This collection includes sensory, science, math, literacy and more. Free printables included!
Pom poms are a staple in our toddler and preschool classroom because they are so versatile.
They come in all sorts of sizes and colors and are easy and fun to handle.
When putting together playful learning activities, pom poms can be a nice addition!
This collection includes 10 different ways to use pom poms in the home or classroom to build a variety of skills.
Make sure to scroll down to find some free printables that can be used with pom poms!
10 Pom Pom Learning Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers
Sensory Bin: Pom Pom Color Sorting Sensory Bin
Water Table: Pom Pom Squeeze Water Play
Science: Pom Pom Lorax Tree
Fine Motor: Pom Pom Grab and Drop
Large Motor: Pom Pom Push
Dramatic Play: Pom Pom Ice Cream Shop
Playdough: Pom Pom Slime
Math: Pom Pom Counting Bottles
Literacy: Blowing Pom Poms Alphabet Activity
Each of these printable sets can be used with pom poms! Click on the photo for the link to the pdf download: