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21 Sticker Activities for Kids


Sticker activities are a great way to keep little hands busy!  Use them as a learning manipulative, to work on fine motor skills, or just for fun!  There are lots of ways to learn and play with stickers!

Stickers are a FABulous way to promote fine motor skills!  The manipulation and peeling of the sticker works on strengthening those fingers and encourages concentration.

Stickers can also be a challenge to those whose skills aren't as developed; however, I have found that those tiny round dot stickers are the easiest to manipulate AND there are tons of great ways to use them!

Today I've gathered 21 activities using dot stickers!

dot sticker activities at School Time Snippets

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So grab your packs of Primary Dot StickersNeon Colored Dot Stickers, or Mini Dot Stickers  and do an activity or two!! Enjoy!

Fine Motor Sticker Activities


Spelling Scramble Activity | School Time Snippets

Tree Sticker Art | Mosswood Connections

100th Day Dot Sticker Art | Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas

Sticker Resist Cards | Kids Activities Blog

Roll a Pie Math Activity | School Time Snippets

Balloon Shaped Matching Game | I Can Teach My Child

Compose Your Own Music | And Next Comes L

Uppercase Do A Dot Pages | School Time Snippets

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Letter Sort | Growing Book by Book

10 Black Dots Go Along Activities | Inspiration Laboratories


Sticker Activities for Kids

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Sticker Match Up | Playdough to Plato

Exploring Emotions | Childhood 101

Learning to Count 1-10 | Powerful Mothering

10 Apples Up On Top Activity | School Time Snippets

Apple-bet Matching | Tiny Tots Adventures

Sticker Dot Letter Review | Wildflower Ramblings

Exploring and Creating Patterns | This Reading Mama

Number Chart Math and Art Activity | Pink Stripey Socks

Stickers for Scissor Practice | Sugar Aunts

Ladybug Alphabet Match | I Heart Crafty Things

Christmas Tree Addition | School Time Snippets

For more fine motor ideas, check these out!

99 fine motor ideas for ages 1 to 5