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Make a Story Book Using Leftover Stickers

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Published January 7th 2015
Children love stickers. They are not only fun but also good for developing their fine motor and their hand and eye coordination.

Stickers, Children, under 5
Sticker Book

For older children, we can use stickers to build their imagination. We bought stickers book for our four year old daughter recently. She can put the stickers on book pages and complete the story by placing stickers on it.

Stickers, Children, under 5
"Leftovers tickers

We reused the left over stickers for another great fun activities. We cut part of sticker that still can be use into small one and use those left over stickers to make our own sticker story book.

Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy

Materials :
1. left over stickers
2. paper (can be coloured paper to make it more attractive for children)
3. pen or pencil
4. great imagination

Methods :
Cut out left over stickers that can still be used
Brainstorm with your children what kind of stories can be written with the left over stickers. For younger children, let their imagination go wild - the stickers don't necessarily have to go with his/her stories.
If your children can write, let him/her write the stories and after that decorate the story paper with left over stickers. If your children cant write yet, help them to write the story while they are telling you the story
You can make a book from compilation story made by your children. The easy way is to staple all the story paper and make cover for it, or put in a clear folder so you can read again the stories with your children.

It's fun activities and can be interesting gift for grandparents.

Stickers, Children, under 5
Story that our four year old girl made using leftover stickers
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