Today I wanted to share some sticker collage art that my kids have been making with some geometric sticker shapes I bought for them.
I started by saying I wouldn’t turn this blog post into a rant about AT&T. But I had to delete that statement. No matter how I started, I kept fuming about AT&T. So, I guess I just need to get this off my chest. When we decided to nix our land line and just use cell phones, AT&T shut off our internet connection as well by mistake. A mistake I can understand, but why it needs to take almost a week to turn it back on, I can’t. Argh!!!!
Okay, breathe deep.
On to sticker art…
Kids’ Sticker Collage with Geometric Sticker Shapes
Daphne and Maia both have been enjoying working with these geometric shape stickers.
Daphne enjoys the pure process of getting the stickers off the sheet (she needs help sometimes; I bend the sheet back for her so the edges of the sticker pop up and she can grab it), feeling the stickiness on her fingers, and transferring it to the paper.
I love watching her concentrate on each step of the process. This truly is a child’s work.
While Daphne’s sticker art is purely abstract (see the photo at the top of the post), Maia arranges hers into cars (above), rainbows, and pattern designs.
I really like seeing the two approaches and developmental stages side by side!
And having abstract stickers instead of princesses and cute puppies opens up the creative potential for the sticker collage activity.
And now that I’ve checked in here with an overdue blog post, I suppose I really must confront my e-mail…
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