Little Artist Sticker Medley (Review)

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Christmas is over and winter is here. It is extremely rare that we dip down into the single digits, which is what happened last week. I told the kids that if they woke up at night and were too cold, they were welcome to go and sleep on the couches near the fireplace. My youngest two took me up on the offer. They loved camping out! The days have been a bit more challenging. They want to play outdoors but with freezing cold temperatures and no snow, it is simply too cold for outdoor fun right now. This is why it is so important to have crafts and activities on hand when the kids are stuck indoors. Rather than spending piles of money to visit all of the local museums, I like to have activities at home that we can resort to. 

Timberdoodle's Little Artist Sticker Medley is the perfect fit. Perfect for preschoolers and elementary students, these activities are so simple, little to no parental guidance is needed. Yes, these crafts are so easy, my five-year-old and seven-year-old were able to sit at the dining room table and make beautiful, rewarding creations while I worked in the kitchen.

Found in the Timberdoodle PreK Curriculum Kit, the activities found in this box are simple, adorable, and full of sparkle! With large and thick stickers, young children are able to create masterpieces simply with stickers. That's right—stickers! Who knew stickers could be so much fun? I remember enjoying stickers and sticker books as a kid but these crafts take stickers to a whole new level. These are not your typical dollar store sticker books with cheap and flimsy stickers that rip and tear when you child attempts to use them. Instead, they are thick and chunky, perfect for litte hands working on perfecting their fine motor skills. The colors found on these crafts complement the stickers perfectly, providing artwork your child are proud of!

As our children get older, we can simply hand them a sticker sheet while encouraging them to be creative. We can give them fish and ask them to create an underwater scene or hand them a sheet of jungle animals while encouraging them to provide them with an appropriate habitat. The only problem is, young children often need to learn basic drawing skills to accomplish these tasks. Regardless of how skilled, creative, or gifted they are, children still need to be taught. This is why I love these crafts for children who have yet to learn these skills. What a perfect precursor to advanced art methods!

These activities are great for pre-readers, and ones who are not confident with their artistic abilities yet. I highly recommend adding the Little Artist Sticker Medley to your art collection to keep on your shelf for a rainy (or bitter cold!) day. 

Disclaimer: I received the above product in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own.

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