Learning Colors with Pom Poms

Today, we are sharing ideas for learning with pom poms! I love all the ideas that have been shared and I’m sure you will too. You can find the other posts at the bottom of this one. Here, on Life Over C’s, I’ll be sharing a fun way for learning colors with pom poms!

Learning colors with pom poms is so much fun! These free spring printables are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers!

Materials for Learning Colors with Pom Poms:

Spring flower printable found below

Pom Poms in various colors

Glue

Learning colors with pom poms is so much fun! These free spring printables are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers!

Just like we did with our Earth pom pom activity a few days ago, the kids matched the colors of the pom poms to the colors on the picture. I also made a version that is a color by number activity, so the kids can color it and then add the pom poms.

This is great for building hand-strength and fine-motor skills. It was actually really good for my 1st grader who has been struggling with her writing skills. Squeezing the glue bottle really worked her hand muscles.

Learning colors with pom poms is so much fun! These free spring printables are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers!

For my preschooler, we worked on color names. She wasn’t very interested in participating today, but she did add a few of the pom poms to the picture.

My 1st grader did love it. Of course, she knows her colors, so she was doing it mostly for the fun-factor.

flower pom pom fine motor color matching
Download the preschool STEM activity for pumpkins here

Then, head over to these great blogs to check out the ways they used pom poms for learning!

Teach Me Mommy has 10 great ideas for using pom poms!

Find out how to use pom poms to make Venn diagrams.

At Mrs. P’s Specialties she used pom poms to teach ratios! Great math activity for older kids!

Something 2 Offer has a fun idea for teaching the rainbow with pom poms.

You can get some great ideas for teaching colors and fine-motor activities here.

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  1. It is a great activity to learn colors and improve fine motor skills. I love dot activities. Thaks for sharing.