You will need contact paper, sticky tape, easel, pompoms and match sticks. To apply the sticky contact to the easel, I first measured the size of the contact to fit the easel and cut it to length. I then peeled away the contact backing paper and held the smooth side onto the board with the sticky side facing out. I then used sticky tape to fasten the contact paper to the easel. Let’s Play
- Create shapes and letters.
- Create pictures of people, flowers, trees and so much more.
- Make patterns with pompoms and match sticks.
- Sort into groups of colours.
- Sort and arrange the pompoms in order from biggest to smallest.
- Make up stories and play imaginatively.
- Creativity and imagination
- Fine Motor Development
- Hand-Eye Coordination and Control
- Cause and Effect
- Spatial awareness – experimenting with shape and space
- Language development
- Measurement concepts – arranging from biggest to smallest
- Colour sorting and recognition