Inside: Learn how to build different important skills while using preschool stickers. This collection includes art, literacy, math and fine motor!
Stickers are underrated.
They have so many different uses, especially when it comes to building skills. And yet, they aren’t used near as much as they could be with preschoolers.
Preschool stickers are also nice when you are looking for some quiet time. Simply grab a blank sheet of paper and some stickers, perhaps some markers or crayons as well, and invite your child to have fun.
I’ve also added some free printables that can be used with dot stickers … scroll down towards the end of this post to find them!
10 Ways to Use Preschool Stickers to Build Skills
If you are looking for easy ways to use your stash of stickers, try one of these activities!
Art: Press circle stickers onto plastic plates to make ladybug sun catchers.
Art: Fill the snail’s shell with stickers! (Messy Little Monster)
Literacy: Draw a letter in your child’s journal and invite him to put stickers on top of it.
Literacy: Organize letter stickers in an alphabet box.
Literacy: Work on letter identification by matching the letters on the stickers to those on the apple tree. (Fun Learning for Kids)
Math: Make your own number cards using circle stickers. (Learn with Play at Home)
Math: Pattern snakes is a fun, easy activity to help children work on extending patterns. (Busy Toddler)
Fine Motor: This low-prep color matching activity is a fun way to work on fine motor skills. (School Time Snippets)
Fine Motor: Use small dot stickers to decorate a ladybug (free printable included). (Best Toys 4 Toddlers)
Fine Motor: Press stickers onto a large piece of paper taped to the wall. A great space saver! (No Time for Flashcards)
Free Printables that Can Use Stickers
Upper and Lowercase Dot Printables:
Use circle stickers rather than dot markers.
Numbers 1-10 Dot Printables:
Fine Motor Shapes Printable:
Press stickers onto the circles.
Spring Counting Mats:
Use circle stickers instead of play dough or pom poms.
Egg Fine Motor Printable:
Use small circle stickers rather than a Q-Tip and paint.
More Fine Motor Activities
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