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Itsy Bitsy Spider Sticky Wall Story Retelling Set (from Fantastic Fun & Learning)

Itsy Bitsy Spider Sticky Wall

Use clear contact paper and foam sheets to make this easy Itsy Bitsy Spider Sticky Wall. It's great for toddlers and preschoolers to use when retelling the nursery rhyme, engaging in sensory exploration, and creating additional stories.

Preschool Rainbow Sticky Wall Letter Formation  : Fine Motor Skills, Letter, and Color Identification from Still Playing School

Rainbow Sticky Wall Letter Formation

Preschool Rainbow Sticky Wall Letter Formation : Fine Motor Skills, Letter, and Color Identification from Still Playing School

Sticky Wall Rainbow Art (I love the idea of using the sticky side of the contact paper.)

Sticky Wall Rainbow Art - tape contact paper to the wall sticky side out, draw a pic onto it, have kids stick on colored paper and cotton balls. I have contact paper!

Bugs on the sticky table...definitely a activity to create with all those lids I have hanging around!

DIY Bugs on the sticky table

Ideas for creating a Montessori-inspired sticky paper shape sorting and counting activity for toddlers and preschoolers; part of the Cool Maths for Cool Kids series

Montessori-Inspired Sticky Paper Shape Sorting and Counting

I'm sharing a Montessori-inspired sticky paper shape sorting and counting activity as part of the Cool Math for Cool Kids series.

Sticky fall tree light table sensory activity that works on fine motor skills from And Next Comes L

Sticky Fall Tree Light Table Activity

Toddler Approved!: Alphabet Sticky Wall. How else do you like to use sticky walls for learning?

Alphabet Sticky Wall

Alphabet Sticky Wall = Match Lowercase Letters to Uppercase Letters Written in Crayon on Contact Paper Taped to the Wall Sticky Side Out (Tape THEN Peel)!

Sticky Wall Colour Matching Game

Sticky Wall Colour Matching Game Could be used to encourage shoulder flexion - use of specific arm

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