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Foam Sticker Scenes

Foam sticker scenes are a fun independent activity for toddlers or preschoolers and can be used as a writing activity for older children.

foam sticker scenes

In addition to the letters and numbers I picked up at the Target dollar spot, I also found a few packages of these animal and people foam stickers. I made a few scenes for B on construction paper (I know, I know, I’m quite the artist. Ha ha!) and had him place stickers on each one to make a scene.
foam sticker scenes

Originally, my big idea was to have B tell me a story about each one and I would write it for him on the back. However, it didn’t really work out that way. B didn’t want any part of telling or seeing a story written.
foam sticker scenes
So instead I just asked questions along the way to get him talking about his pictures. I asked questions like, “What are those people doing in that tree? Are they afraid? How did they get up there?” or “Why are the cats on the roof? Are they friends with the dogs?” and “What are those people doing in the boat? Do you think they like fish or turtles better?”.
This was a fun activity and there are enough stickers in the package to do it many more times.


Tuesday 16th of February 2010

Hello, just discover your blog.I did the sticker scene with my little girl of almost 4. She loves it! Thank you so much.

Early Motherhood

Thursday 14th of January 2010

We just bought the same stickers! Here's what I did with my 20 month old with them:'ll have to do this next. Thanks!

Infant Bibliophile

Tuesday 12th of January 2010

I love those people stickers!


Tuesday 12th of January 2010

I love this idea. What a fun way to use the stickers. I have some under the sea ones from Juliet's b-day party that I need to find a use for. Thanks for sharing!

Raising a Happy Child

Tuesday 12th of January 2010

I like this idea a lot, and my drawing skills are at about your level. I also happen to have the same set of stickers. Another great idea from your blog, I am glad that I finally follow you in my Reader.