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  • Tina Rosenbrock

    Printables for pom pom activities for kids - fine motor skills, colors, counting, and the list goes on....

  • Becky Winn

    Rainy Day Fun - free printables, colorful pom poms, cheap craft magnets, some glue, and some cookie sheets -- reusable games for counting and colors

  • Amy George

    Printables for pom pom activities for kids..good for fine motor skills. Glue magnets on the backs of the pom poms then put the sheet on a cookie sheet. love this idea.

  • Connie Molnar

    Work on fine motor skills, color recognition, sorting skills, and counting skills. This activity is made with pompoms, magnets, a print-out, and a cookie sheet.

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Sew Fantastic: Rainy Day Fun Printable sheets to laminate, stick magnets onto pompons and place on a cookie sheet. Great activity for practicing sorting and counting! I'm thinking of lots of other ways to use this for my boy who's a little past the numbers-and-colors stage...pompon checkers, perhaps? Or addition/subtraction practice?

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Paint with Pom Poms - a nice fine motor activity, too.- we've done this with small squares of sponge as well!

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Paint with Pom Poms -- would be a great experimental lesson to go along with the book The Dot by Reynolds. [also works on fine motor skills!]