Pompoms are cheap, easy to find in any store, and super colorful. They make for great sensory experiences, too, and your kids will have a blast trying to make so many different crafts and games up with these little fuzzy balls.
Seasonal crafts are a great way to use up your pompoms, and I’m obsessed with theses. From grouping a bunch together to make a pumpkin, or adding pipe cleaners for spiders, there are lots of spooky little pompom crafts you can do.
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Thread some yarn and run it through a whole bunch of pompoms, or even sew them onto a pretty ribbon to make a beautiful garland. Different colors work for holidays, but honestly these just look pretty hanging in the kitchen.
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Even the smallest kids will enjoy filling cups and other containers with pompoms and either throwing them at each other, or simply pouring them in and out. Throw some tweezers and spoons in for motor development.