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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

more stickers

A while back I bought a few rolls of stickers at the dollar store. At 500 stickers per roll, that's like 1500 stickers! We are actually using them at a decent pace thanks to this idea I got from No Time for Flashcards.



The first time we did this, Joshua got up to 11 stickers under the number 11. This time he made it to 14 before petering out. Sometimes I'm afraid he has ADD, but this proves he can sit still and concentrate. We will definitely be pulling this idea out again. I've still got a thousand stickers left!



Kaylee sat on my lap and made her own sticker page. I was impressed with her 18 month sticker skills.


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4 comments:

beth at aunties said...

You are such a good mom and he is learning fast.
I had my three year old Drew at Michael's today. While I was looking at valentine stuff he disappeared over to the foam lettters. He had found the WEDR letters and then stood then up on the floor and spelled his name. I had to buy the letters for him because he was so excited and I am grandma. :-) He will be 4 the end of May. They are amazing!

Pajama Mama said...

Stop by my blog sometime, I've got a Valentine for you!
-kristen
ps, never would have thought to use vinyl on my sink-clever!

Carey-Life in the Carpool Lane said...

Hi! I'm stopping over from Pajama Mama's site...I just read about 15 of your posts and love your blog (and your kiddos are pretty darn cute too). I hope you don't mind if I follow along...

Love this counting sticker idea (along with the bathroom stickers and indoor and outdoor Valentine wreaths). I have an almost 4 year old and a 2 3/4 year old and plenty of stickers so this would be a great project for us.

Oh...and don't you love signing with your kids? I loved communicating with them long before they could talk.

Neabear said...

You get some wonderful ideas of things to do with your kids!

 

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