Last week I shared with you how we use pom-poms in our house to reward good behavior. Pom-poms are just so fun and so inexpensive I thought it would be fun to round-up other ways you can use pom-poms with your kiddos.
Megan at Homes I Have Made uses pom-poms for a great toddler indoor activity. Megan uses her jar to teach colors but you could also cut different shapes into the top of the jar and teach shapes too!
The Hands Free Mama does it again with a fabulous idea! Track the positivity in your home and notice the good! You could incorporate secret acts of service too.
3. Make a Pom-pom Wreath
Carly at Happy Little Kiwi shows you how to make this darling wreath with pom-poms. Perfect kid-friendly craft!
4. Pom-pom Counting Game
The Imagination Tree gets creative with cardboard and shows you how to be playful with math! Use this Pom Pom Counting Machine with your preschooler to make math fun.
Get into the World Cup and create your own Pom-pom Soccer game by Kids Activities Blog. Wouldn’t your kids love this!?
6. Pom-pom Art
Or for the artsy kids in your home, grab some clothes pins, pom-poms and paint and get creative! We love this idea shared by Michelle at SassyDealz.com.