Your curious toddler will love this simple toddler sticker activity.
Draw circles or use dot markers to make circles randomly on a page.
Give your toddler a sheet of stickers and show her how to put one sticker on each circle.
Taking the stickers off of the page is great fine motor skills practice.
Quick Tip: If your toddler is having a hard time getting the sticker off of the page, peel the outline of the stickers off of the page. It will make it easier to bend and peel a sticker off.
Putting one sticker on each circle works on one to one correspondence.
One to one correspondence is the ability to match one item to one corresponding item. This skill leads to the ability to count and to match a number to a set of objects.
Use this time to talk with your toddler about where they are putting the stickers (on top, above, below, that circle is empty, that circle already has one, etc.) and the stickers she is choosing (colors, shapes, characters on the stickers, etc.).
This activity was a hit! She loved it and we did 4 pages in a row. So fun!
Need a Challenge? Your toddler or preschooler might enjoy the challenge of putting different colored stickers on matching colored circles.