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Easy Sticker Matching for Toddlers

I had a set of vehicle stickers just lying around so I thought I'd put together a simple matching activity for Little Sis.  

Matching is a great skill to introduce to toddlers/ Preschoolers.  

Learning how to visually discriminate and find a matching pair will come in handy when learning letters, how to read words and numbers, etc!

simple sticker matching for toddlers
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  • stickers
  • construction paper
  • marker

Simple Toddler Activity

This activity will just take a minute to put together and you probably have everything you need already!

It's simple, do-able, and fun!

Just grab a sheet of stickers with matching pairs, a piece of paper, and a marker/ pencil/ crayon.

simple toddler matching activity

To set up the sticker match activity, place a set of stickers on one side of the page.

Then place the matching sticker on the opposite side of the page.

Once it is set up, invite your toddler/ preschooler over to show-off his/her matching skills!

simple matching for toddlers

We have done a similar activity only once before and Little Sis did very well drawing lines to the matching object, however this time, she got a bit crazy!

We'll work on it some more!  

However, if you toddler is too young to draw his/her own lines, you could also draw in dotted lines between the matching stickers and have your child trace over the line.

simple matching toddler activity

As I've mentioned, it is a super simple activity to put together and there are various ways to tweak the activity to suit your child's abilities!

You can also laminate this activity, put it in a page protector, or use with a Crayola Dry Erase Activity Center.  

While you are at it, make several matching pages to have accessible when traveling or need a quick activity to keep your little one busy while making dinner!

Have fun!

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