Okay, so I admit it – I am obsessed with dot stickers . I can’t help it but they are my go-to resource when it comes to plan any activity for my toddler.
So, when Atharva was drawing a snow man and asked if he could paint some colored buttons , this idea evolved.
Set up is pretty self explanatory but there are few ways you can do this activity.
Method 1 to play-
For toddlers: Make few snowman reference cards by changing the sequence of buttons in every card (use dot stickers as buttons) also make a big snowman card. Then, in place of the buttons, glue over bottle caps on the big snowman. Give your child a small tweezer and ask him/her to fill the buttons with the respective colored pom poms in the same sequence as mentioned in the reference card.
Method 2 to play –
For preschoolers, along with method 1 you can make two sets of snowman reference cards ( small size) and ask them to match in correct pairs, which will be a great visual discrimination and memory activity.
Method 3 to play-
For older kids, play this as a memory game. Just make two sets of snowman reference cards and show them one card for few seconds and ask them to find the similar card.
- Visual Discrimination
- Colour Recognition
- Fine Motors
- Early Maths
- Problem Solving