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  • Wendy Currey

    Touch Math with pom poms. I have been meaning to work touch math into my math center =)

  • Andrea *

    magnetic pom poms for learning numbers!

  • Sage Itaintso

    Sew Fantastic: Rainy Day Fun: Touch Math with Pom Poms

  • Alison Burgess

    Touch Math with pom poms - but a fun idea for formation practice too - add a little colored sand (an empty squeeze glue bottle?) along the path and the pompom pushes it out of the way - more multisensory ...

  • Michelle Goldner

    Touch Math with pom poms - use tweezers for even more fine motor strengthening

  • Julia pudney

    Good for color and number recognition, counting, and fine motor skills. **A lot like Touch Math**

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Great idea for teaching toddlers colors and counting! (from Sew Fantastic) Considering Cash may be color challenged, need to do these kind of activities with him. Need to wait until he stops putting Pom poms in his ears though.

*Roll the dice & put the number of blocks on the corresponding star number

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?

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

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!]

Touch Math with pom poms. by marilyn

Paint with Pom Poms I do this all the tome with my class they love it! ^_^