Are you looking for a new and exciting way to engage your little learners? Try incorporating pom poms into your literacy activities! Not only is it fun and entertaining, but it’s also educational. Check out our latest resource, Pom Pom Literacy Activities for Little Learners, and add it to your kindergarten classroom today!

Why use pom poms for literacy practice?

Pom poms are a versatile tool that can be used in a variety of ways to enhance literacy practice. Here are some reasons why you might want to consider using pom poms:

Overall, pom poms can be a fun and engaging tool for literacy practice that can help children develop a variety of skills.

Pom Pom Fine Motor Phonics Activities

This amazing new literacy resource is perfect for your little learners to have fun and purposeful practice while honing their fine motor skills. With 10 meaningful literacy activities, this is a must have for your students. Not only perfect for your literacy stations, but for individual, partner, small group, or fast finisher practice as well.


🚨Just Released!!! ➡️ Pom Pom Phonics Activities🥰 This resource includes a variety of hands-on activities to practice letter recognition & building; beginning, middle, and ending sounds, Tic Tac Toe boards, and sound mapping! 🤫And a little secret…I have also released a Math Pom Pom and a combined BUNDLE!😉Even if you have finished the year or are almost done…you NEED this for next year!#kindergartenchaos #kindergarten #Education #handsonlearning #finemotorskills #finemotorskill

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Building/Writing/Drawing Letter Mats A-Z

Say & Find Upper & Lowercase

Tic Tac Toe PomPom Upper & Lowercase

Tic Tac Toe Sounds

A,E,I,O,U Vowel Match

Vowel Find & Cover Upper & Lowercase

Beginning Sound

Middle Sound

Ending Sound

Sound Mapping (24 Cards)

What Teachers Are Saying


RF.K.1d  Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.

RF.K.2  Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).

RF.K.3a  Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant.

L.K.1a  Print many upper- and lowercase letters.

L.K.2c  Write a letter or letters for most consonant and short-vowel sounds (phonemes).

Take a look at this bundled offer for Math and Literacy pom pom practice with additional savings.

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