Pom Pom Fine Motor Activity

Patrice Badami 0:00
Hi, this is Patrice Badami, with Acorn to Tree today; I have something you can create as an activity for your child at home using just a few things. So we have our to-go container right here, for there are a couple of activities. The first one involves just cutting a slight shape out on the top, and I like to make a smaller shape than, for example, a large pom so that your child will be pushing in and strengthening their hands. That’s what that’s for. They can also put the smaller pom poms in. So you can use this in a few different ways. The first way is for the younger kids. So you can have them just use these two fingers, pick up and put in, pick up put in, that’s one activity. Another activity is putting the lid on for the older kids and having them push in. Another activity involves using you can get something like this on Amazon; you can know just this is just for picking up items getting there. You can look up fine motor toys that will appear. This is another grabbing toy if you will; it looks like a little crocodile. It’s adorable. So this is for when they are this is for pre-scissor skills. This is also toning the fingers for the pincher, and this is even a smaller little play tweezer, so you can have them pick up the pom poms and put them in like so. That’s how that one works. This one, they have to open it, pick it up, put it in, and it’d be fun for them because you can have them put two or three in at once. They can even try to get the little ones a little teeny, tiny pom pom so you can put all different sizes to make it fun for them. So it’s straightforward, but this will keep them busy if you get a bunch of pom poms. So it’s an excellent simple little activity. And you can make this at home.
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