Need an engaging fine motor activity to complete with your preschool, homeschool, or early elementary students this Valentine’s Day? Check out this easy-to-complete activity! In this video, you will see a student complete a craft that uses only a paper plate, pom-poms, a shoelace (or yarn), and wide adhesive tape. Check out these cool 30+ Valentine's day Crafts for kids
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This is a super easy and a great fine motor activity for kids for the month of February. Only majorly using paper plate and pom pom this valentines day craft is too cute for words!
Your preschoolers and Kindergarteners would love to practice their fine motor skills and make this cute pom pom heart for their loved ones!
So, grab the following items and prepare to amaze your preschoolers and kindergarteners in your life!
To begin, punch holes in the paper plate around the outside rim. Then, cut out a heart shape in the middle of the plate. Add the wide adhesive or clear contact paper with sticky side up to the heart so that nothing “falls out.” Add pom-poms to the paper plate and hold the pom-poms in using more of the wide adhesive tape. Add googly eyes to add to the cuteness! The final step is to string the shoelace or yarn through the holes around the outside.