Sensory Pom-Pom Drop For 12-18 Months



Now that Flora’s attention span is getting a little bit longer for sensory activities I’ve been having fun coming up with a few different things to do with her every week. She had fun with this ball drop – and so did Piper! I think it’s one that she’ll come to enjoy more as she gets a little bit older – and you can have fun with color recognition with this one too. 

All I did was use my trusty tape to stick empty paper rolls to the cabinet and let the girls stick the pom poms in! As your kids get older you can also have fun taping these different angles and making a maze for the pom-poms to fall through but for this age  – simply taping up the tubes works and allows your baby to practice those fine motor skills! 

For more sensory activities check out: Sensory Sticky Wall, Sensory Sparkle Bags, Sensory Rice For Babies.

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Sensory Pom-Pom Drop For 12-18 Months



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