Let your toddler make a Sticker I-Spy game.
I’m pretty sure stickers and I-Spy are universally loved by toddlers. I can’t think of a single toddler who doesn’t like both, and my son is no different. He loves them so much that I merged the two together in this fun Sticker I-Spy activity.
You don’t need to prep anything for Sticker I-Spy!
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Not only is this a prep free, set up in seconds activity, but the toddlers do the bulk of the work. INDEPENDENTLY. QUIETLY. Can I get an amen??
What I really love about this activity is the “purpose” it gives to stickers. Sometimes, I feel like they are wasted but here – here they are turned into an awesome toddler activity.
I pulled out a few sheets of stickers and a single piece of white construction paper. My toddler sat for what felt like eternity placing his stickers in just the right spot.
It was a quiet moment, he was so engaged in what he was doing!
Once his paper was full but not over crowded, we used it as a DIY I-Spy page. He loved this! After all, he’d essentially set up the activity on his own so he was only too happy to play it with me.
“I-Spy a stop sign!”
“I-Spy a robot with blue feet.”
There’s so much learning happening in Sticker I-Spy.
This activity may seem simple and unassuming but I promise you, so much learning is happening here. In Sticker I-Spy, my son was working on:
- Fine motor skills (peeling the stickers off)
- Visual discrimination (searching for and finding the stickers)
- Game play skills: taking turns
We loved playing Sticker I-Spy and can’t wait to play another round. It’s a great way to use up old stickers and have some simple fun with your toddler!
What would your toddler think of Sticker I-Spy?