Is there a rehab for stickers? My kids are obsessed! I mean head to toe in stickers. Why not use their passion for stickers to teach them?
Not only do these simple activities help them with letters, numbers, etc… but it is great for eye-hand coordination.
The first activity I did with my son is the counting/numbers sheet. My son placed stickers in each section as we counted. I also helped him write with a pencil…. just as a bonus. He loved the dotted letters, but he is not quite ready to write yet.
The gum ball sheet can be used in a number of ways. I like to mix in different skills with this one. For instance, I might ask Brooks to place 3 green gum balls in the machine (which shows me he not only knows his colors, but he is also grasping his counting skills). When Brooks is a little older, I plan on using this worksheet to enhance his subtraction and addition skills (laminate and use dry/erase markers to take away or add).
The letter dot sheet is great when helping toddlers recognize their letters or sounds. My son knows a few letters at age 2. The activity really helps me figure out what letters he is familiar with, and which letters we need to work on. It also encourages him to learn more (only because stickers are involved 🙂 ).
I also created a sheet to help him with naming different objects, colors, and beginning letter sounds for the near future. This was by far his favorite. What kid wouldn’t love this sheet? I mean come on…. ice cream, watermelon, and monkeys.
By the way, you can also use a bingo pen if you want to see exactly what they are marking. I just printed an additional copy for me to use.
James 1:17- Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.
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