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Color Matching for Kids with Pom Pom Flowers

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Whenever you can combine learning and sensory input and fun you have a winner! This fun color matching game with pom moms is perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, and even older kids.

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Color Matching for Kids with Pom Pom Flowers

We’ve been having fun with colors again in our preschool here at home, this time making pom-pom flowers! I’ve created a printable for color matching that kids love because they get to use fluffy little pom-poms and glue. My kids love any project where glue is involved. How about yours?

pom pom craft from craftcreatecalm

This isn’t the first time we’ve used pom-poms for sorting colors. Kids can pick them up with plastic tongs and sort them into cups (great for fine motor development), make piles with them, use them for crafts…really, anything!

Supplies for this pom-pom craft:

Yellow Pom-Poms

Green Pom-Poms

Free Flower Pom-Pom Printable Template


This activity can be done two ways. Kids can glue the pom-pom on the circle of the matching color, or to reuse the printable template, laminate the paper. Kids can match colors like a puzzle!

Here’s your link to the free Flower Pom-Pom Color Matching Template.

Pom-Poms are fun! Check out the links below for more pom-pom activities for kids!

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Craft  by The Resourceful Mama

Spring Pom-Pom Tree  by Raising Fairies and Knights

Elmer the Elephant by Adventures of Adam

Pompom Cupcake Pencil Topper by Teach me Mommy

Pom Pom Monsters by Kidz Activities

Pom Pom Pets by A Mommy’s Adventures

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  1. My girls always liked using mats like these with our shape blocks. It would be fun to let Clara try this out with our colored pom poms. She is 3 and also seems to be struggling with her colors. I am trying to focus on them more, but her sisters just knew them probably before they were 2. Im hoping that if we do more play based fun activities that incorporate colors it will finally click.

    1. It seems to be that way with my son too. It finally clicked for the most part, but I was kind of nervous for a while there that he wasn’t going to learn them! 馃槈

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