These sticker crafts and activities combine learning and fun, and isn’t that what it’s all about. Kids love stickers. I’ve always said you can get kids to do anything for a sticker, and when they use them in their playtime and learning time, they end up having twice the fun!
We found lots of these sticker crafts and activities over on our activity link-ups. Do you have a great idea? Head over there and share your own!
Word Family Game – Use round stickers to make this word family learning activity.
Sticker Stick Puppets – You can make these stick puppets from Totally The Bomb in under a minute. So smart!
Dot-To-Dot – What We Do All Day used circle stickers and let their toddlers make their own dot-to-dot pictures. That’s super fun.
Illustrate a Book – Kids can use stickers as story starters. The Nurture Store used them to make great book illustrations.
Outdoor Counting Game – Use stickers in this simple counting game from The Pleasentest Thing to get outside and run and play while learning basic math skills.
Flip Flop Puppets – Use stickers to decorate flip flops for the cutest puppets!
Make A Countdown Board – Do you have a party or a big trip coming up? Let your kids count down to the big day with this Countdown board from Play Dr. Hutch.
Learn Phases of the Moon – Use stickers and a calendar to learn the moon phases. A simple and brilliant idea from What We Do All Day.
Counting Fun – Add stickers to a barrel of monkeys to turn this classic game into a counting lesson.
Sticker Spelling – School Time Snippets used letter stickers for this fun spelling practice.
Secrets for a Sticker – If you want your kid to open up more, try this easy activity from Play Dr. Hutch where you trade stickers for them to tell you about their day!
Sticker Bracelets – I love these bracelets decorated with stickers from 3 Boys and a Dog.
Make Your Own Alphabet Flashcards – Use stickers to make your own letter sound flashcards. So easy!
Silly Nail Art – When your little one wants cute nails, but won’t sit still this cute nail art trick from Totally The Bomb is perfect.
Add Stickers to Kid’s Art – Dress up a simple drawing or painting with some stickers. Kids will love making their own background for their stickers.
Sticker Crafts and Activities
Scissor Skill Practice – Using stickers to learn how to use stickers is brilliant. We love this easy learning activity from Sugar Aunts.
Sticker Drawings – Use stickers as the base in your drawings like they did at Childhood 101. It makes for the coolest kid’s artwork!
Traveling Fun – Never leave on a road trip without a roll of stickers for kids to play with while in the backseat.
Sticker Resist Painting – I love love how What We Do All Day used stickers to make resist paintings. So awesome!
Shape Sticker Art – Have your kids use different shape stickers to make up simple objects. Love this idea from Creative Play Central.
Word Family Fun – Use stickers to teach kids about word families. It’s a great way to learn basic chunking!
Make Your Own T-Shirt – Use the sticker resist technique to make your own clothes like they did here at The Nurture Store. Very cool!
Make Noses – Upside down heart stickers make the perfect animal nose! Still Playing School used them to make little chick beaks.
Make Canvas Art – Use sticker resist and alphabet letters to make a cool canvas to hang in your house like this one from Play Dr. Mom.
Make Wind Chimes – Decorate your wind chimes with stickers you won’t believe what these wind chimes from Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails are made of!
Bilingual Practice – Use stickers to teach different languages like Toddlefast did here!
Decorate a Wind Sock – Make a wind sock like Stir the Wonder did here and use stickers as a decoration since they’re light enough not to weigh down your wind sock!
Counting With Stickers – Dabbling Momma used stickers as counters, and it’s a brilliant way to practice numbers!
Matching Game – You can make a matching game in minutes with stickers. What a great idea from School Time Snippets.
Sticker Letter Learning – B Inspired Mama used stickers to asses her child’s letter and shape learning progress. What a neat way to find out what your kid needs to work on.
Upcycled Piggy Banks – Use stickers to make these adorable Piggy Banks from Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails. Neat!
Sticker Story Bag – Make a bag full of story starters with this early literacy activity from The Pleasentest Thing.
Do your kids love playing with stickers? I would love to hear what sticker fun you’ve had over on our facebook page.