Like many little ones, Caroline is fascinated by stickers. I found My Big Book Of Stickers and it was a fabulous teaching tool! We garnered hours and hours of learning time from this one book. I actually should say David did because this was an activity that primarily David did with Caroline after supper while I was walking.
Using Sticker Books For Learning
The sticker book offered the opportunity to work on fine motor skills. Peeling and working with those little stickers is a great exercise for a toddler. Caroline’s skills in this area improved significantly over the weeks we used this book.
It was a great discussion tool. The book covers the subjects of:
- Mix and Match
Every time we put stickers in the book, we discussed the objects and/or concept on the page. We used it as a launching pad for going above and beyond what was on the page.
The book is colorful with large pictures and stickers. Everything is labeled so it is possible to use it for print awareness as well. Now that the book is completed, it is in Caroline’s book basket in the living room. She still looks at it every day even though it was completed weeks ago.
I really enjoy using sticker books as fun teaching tools and am currently on the lookout for the next one!
Sticker Books For Learning Fun
Here are some other sticker books that would be similar and could be used the same way.
First 100 Words Sticker Book: Over 500 StickersFirst 100 Animals Sticker Book: Over 500 StickersFirst Numbers, Colors, Shapes (First 100)First 100 Stickers: Trucks and Things That Go: Sticker book
National Geographic Kids Sticker Activity Books
Here is another set of sticker books that kids would love and could also be great learning tools!
Cutest AnimalsSuper SpaceOcean AnimalsIn My BackyardOn the FarmBaby AnimalsAdorable AnimalsCool AnimalsReptiles and Amphibians
That book looks great!