My First Sticker By Numbers Book
Kids love stickers, so use this innate love to master a relatively dry subject, number recognition. My First Sticker By Numbers is an excellent way to drill those skills as your younger child matches simple, colorful shaped stickers to the appropriate numbers.
Each My First Sticker By Numbers picture or design has blank shapes with a numeral that relates to the removable colored sticker pages at the back of the book. Just place the stickers and complete the pictures. The stickers are the perfect level of stickiness, repositionable when necessary but still stay where they are put. With over 700 stickers, My First Sticker By Numbers will give your younger children lots of opportunities to ace number recognition while also increasing manual dexterity.
Number of Pages: 24
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication Date: October 18, 2016
Age Recommendation: 5-8 Years
Size: 8-1/4 x 11-11/16
So many skills that this Stick By Number Book encourages: fine motor skills, number identification, shape & color identification, patience, and self-confidence. My daughter loves this and it holds her attention for longer than most workbook-type activities.
My 3 y.o. would do this type of sticker books all day (if only there were enough to let him do that!). He likes creating the pictures and the sense of accomplishment as each is completed. I wish there were more options out there with this size sticker (easier for little hands) and in this style (single color stickers in several shapes).
This is my 3 yo absolute favorite. She wants to do the whole book like right now. I have to help her pace herself so she doesnt' finish it in a day. BUT she is learning to recognize her numbers because it is so fun!! I wish there were more!
Good fun the kids can do on their own. Helps with shapes, colors, matching, and hand eye coordination.
My 4 year old calls this his project. He doesn't ask to do it much because it fatigues him, but he enjoys himself while he does! He wants to do it without help which is great for him. I think he'll love it more when he's a little older and can sit still longer and remember what he was doing.