10 Ways To Play With Pom Poms

10 Ways to Play with Pom Poms

One of my favorite distraction tools for New Kid is our big bag of pom poms. This week New Kid was playing with them again so I thought in additions to showing you his most recent pom pom play I’d do a round up of past activities.

1. In the top photo you can see New Kid decided to sort them by size.

10 Ways to Play with Pom Poms

2. He also likes to pick them up with chopsticks. This is one of our favorite activities for developing fine motor skills.

3. We like to use our homemade catapult for a little target practice.

4. Work those tiny finger muscles by pushing them through slots in a container lid.

5. Make art by shaking poms and paint in a container.

6. Counting.

7. Color Sorting.

8. Stick them on collages.

9. Stick them on toothpicks.

10 Ways to Play with Pom Poms

10. And finally, a little free play with egg cartons and cardboard rolls.

What have you been doing with pom poms lately?

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Comments

  1. I would never have thought to put them on toothpicks – fun!

  2. Our favorite at the moment is a pom-pom shooter made from a balloon and plastic cup. My 4-year-old likes to shoot things across the room and I like that pom poms can’t actually do any damage! This is a great list!

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