Put together a Pop-It challenge station or busy bag with these printable pop-it challenge cards and their favorite fidget toys!
The latest toy fidget craze is the pop-it toy. It sure is addicting playing with these toys, but why not use them for learning too? PS: See these Pop-It Learning Ideas. These challenge cards will develop your child’s visual perception in a fun way!
How to prepare a Pop-It Challenge Station or Busy Bag
Grab the Pop-It challenge cards HERE (it’s only $2), print, and laminate them if you wish, before cutting out the cards. There are square and circle pop-it options and two levels of each- easy and harder.
Place the corresponding cards and a pop-it toy in a basket or bag. Ready to play!
How to Play
Children can simply play by themselves and try to copy the pattern from the card. They could even time themselves and try to beat their own time. Or, two or more kids can have a race and see who can finish their pattern first.
Develop vocabulary, mathematical and observation skills by asking questions for example: how many altogether did you pop, which color the row is, which row has the most/least popped, how many more did you pop compared to me, can you see a picture etc.
Have great learning fun with these pop-it challenge cards!