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Match shapes to outlines on cardboard. You can extend this by sorting the shapes or talking about the different attributes of shapes. You can even use the felt shapes to combine and make new shapes and objects once your child is older.

one. make board two. fill tub with pompoms and tongs note. i would probably want the box to span the length of the pom pom board

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Shapes, Counting and Colors Busy Bag (with Printable)

Preschoolers learn colors, shapes, and counting 1-5 with this fun, hands on free preschool printable It’s a another lovely Friday and we are back with our weekly fine motor activity! This week I wanted to concentrate on some recognition of shapes, numbers and colors so drew up this lovely printable to use as our fine motor activity and to add to our busy bag collection.

Easy way to get kids ready for kindergarten this summer. 42 fun, printable math, alphabet and fine motor activities. {Playdough to Plato}

Froggie Pompom Drop - made from empty soda bottle. Use it to develop fine motor skills in toddlers. Also great for practicing counting and colors. # easy at home activities # 18 24 months 2 year old

Have you tried putting holes in a cardboard box and providing items such as large pom-poms & cardboard tubes? Wonderful opportunity to observe and see what happens .