First Sticker Book Jobs
Many children are so self-focused that it never occurs to them to wonder what happens when mom or dad walks out the front door. Other children may have a keen insight into a singular job, firefighter, for instance, and be oblivious to the many other professions swirling around them. First Sticker Book - Jobs will give your child awareness of a variety of vocations.
First Sticker Book - Jobs covers professions as diverse as farming, the medical profession, retail sales, and more. The text is sparse and the stickers plentiful, perfect for this age group. First Sticker Book - Jobs shows people of different races and genders in all types of jobs. Consider this a social studies textbook for four- to six-year-olds.
There are scenes including a fire station, hospital, school, and zoo that come to life with sticker people. Your child can see the amazing array of jobs people do every day. There are over 160 stickers of police officers, shop assistants, dentists, paramedics, lifeguards, porters, mechanics, and more, and lots to talk about in each scene.
Publisher's Age Recommendation: 4 years and up
Size: 8 1/2" x 10 7/8"
Pages: 16 pp + 8 sticker pp
Author: Hannah Watson
My 4 yr old loves stickers. And I love that I can teach him about different occupations while having it be fun. Before we work on a new page/spread we always go through each page and talk about the different jobs we’ve “stickered” and compare them with his life. Ex. Pool scene with swim instructors and lifeguard- we talk about him having swim lessons and which family members job is to lifeguard, etc.
This is such a perfect Pre-K social studies workbook for my daughter. It's fun and educational to learn about different jobs and community helpers. Highly recommended!
My kindergartener loved assembling the sticker pictures of the different workplaces and talking about what he saw in the pictures. The quality of the stickers and pages was very good. We didn't have trouble with tearing like in other sticker books. It would have been even better if there had been some reading info to go along with each one.
A fun activity to keep my 5 year old busy when I need a minute. It’s fun to watch her imagination develop as she places the stickers on the pages and then explains to me why she put that sticker where she put it. She often tells me a story about what’s happening on the page once she’s finished placing all of the stickers.
My 5 year old gets excited whenever I bring this sticker book out! I use one page or spread per lesson, so for me there’s 10 lessons. We do it in our curriculum every other week so it works out great! I use it for Social Studies, but I think you could also use it for other subjects. The illustrations are cute and the stickers work nicely!