These Poms on Grids cards will allow your students the opportunity to develop their visual discrimination skills, while also working on fine motor skills, and having fun! They will need to pay attention to the color and position of the poms to be able to recreate the design on the large grid.
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Visual discrimination skills are important for students to have because they not only help with reading and writing, but also with social interactions such as reading facial expressions and body language.
You can also add a pair of tongs or tweezers for the students to use when picking up the poms to work on their fine motor skills.
*48 cards (3 sets of 16)
*Choose which set of cards you want to print depending on which color of poms you have.(Or use both color sets!)
-Set 1 uses these colors: pink, green, purple, orange, blue, yellow
-Set 2 has blackline poms so you can color them yourself to use with color of poms you have.
-Set 3 uses these colors: red, yellow, pink, black, blue, green
*You will need to provide the colored poms. (I got mine at Hobby Lobby)
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