Pumpkin Pom Pom Push

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INSIDE: Pumpkin Pom Pom Push is a fun colour sorting and fine motor activity for toddlers and preschoolers. This is a fun activity to do this Halloween!

pumpkin Pom Pom push

Pumpkin Pom Pom Push

I love Pom Poms! They are great for learning colours and practice fine motor skills. And my toddlers just love them! Check out these 50+ fun and easy Pom Pom activities

How to Make Pumpkin for your Pom Pom push

  1. Grab a large cardboard box.

  2. Use your paint sticks to draw and colour in a pumpkin.

  3. Add a face to your pumpkin to create a jack-o-lantern.

  4. Use a pair of scissors to make small holes in the face of your jack-o-lantern. The holes should be big enough to fit a Pom Pom.

  5. Use the paint sticks to colour around the holes in different colours. The colours should correspond to the colours of Pom Poms you have.

  6. Put a bunch of Pom Poms into a bowl and invite your toddler or preschooler to come and push the Pom Poms down the the correct coloured hole.

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  • Cardboard Box
  • Paint Sticks
  • Pom Poms
  • Scissors

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