Pom Pom Drop Resources1. Toilet Roll Tubes2. Sticky tape3. Bowls4. Tray5. Assorted Coloured Pom Poms6. Tongs & ScoopsTIP: You don’t have to use pom poms – you can use literally anything, from natural materials you find outside to lego pieces!Delivery1. Allocate a small space in a room for this activity with an empty wall2. Gather your toilet roll tubes (you should have plenty) and attach them to the wall3. Place individual bowls underneath each tube so that they collect the pom poms when they go through4. Place your tray full of assorted pom poms at the other end of the room with (child-friendly) tongs, scoops and any similar items that can be used5. The objective is for the child to transfer the pom pom from the tray using the materials provided over and through the tube, sorting them either by colour or size (or any other variation)Extending & AdaptingYou can...
An interview with our wonderful Kate Dicker– talking about the importance of creating great holiday experiences for younger guests too. Not as an afterthought but as a key part of your hotel or resort design.