Bust out those stickers – it’s time to trim the Christmas Tree… Dot Stickers style!
Dot stickers might just be the most versatile activity supply around.
You can do math with them, trace with them, practice letters, and of course, decorate your Christmas tree with them!
I’m going to keep up my vigilance and find every dot sticker use possible to occupy the toddlers of the world. These Christmas Dot Sticker Trees did NOT disappoint!
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Dot stickers are simply the best.
Curious why I love dot stickers so much?
Not only are they versatile but they’re ageless / age-friendly – even our youngest learners (15-18 months) can peel dot stickers and use them to decorate.
It might not look the same as when a five year old uses dot stickers, but that’s OK!
The point is: dot stickers have a wide age range of awesomeness.
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BUT WHERE DO THEY COME FROM?
Amazon, of course!
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First, I rolled out the paper and drew my tree. I went for a simple “triangle” style tree but you do you.
My little learning twist…
To give this activity just a little something extra, I decorated the tree with Do-A-Dot markers.
I made 12 dots for each color…WHY? Because that’s the amount of dots in 2 sticker sheets!
Making this a matching activity gave it just that little bit of something extra to make it oh so much fun my 3.5 year old.
What else can you do?
This activity is so stinking versatile!
You can have your child:
- Just decorate a Christmas tree (perfect for the younger crowd)
- Match letters
- Match numbers
- Match quantities
- Match shapes (check out how Happy Tot Shelf did that here!)
Christmas Dot Sticker Trees turned out to be a hit!
We loved this activity – and my daughter just couldn’t put it down. We made a second tree and she even started outlining the tree in stickers.
It isn’t the fanciest activity (I know that) but it is a winner…and definitely a new Christmas Tradition making our Christmas Dot Sticker Trees each year.