Instead of numbers write the color word on the bottles. Sort pom-poms by color. Empty each bottle and count the pom-poms. Then record how many pom-poms were in each bottle. Add the two colors together for addition practice.
A bunch of things to know about dementia Working with sensorial materials allows children to classify the things around them. Completing these types of sorting activities will ultimately prepare them for reading and mathematics.
Understanding of spatial relationships. Push pom poms into holes in a plastic container for fine motor practice. This is just 1 of the 25 occupational therapist-approved fine motor activities you can do with your child, using items from around your house!