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These stickers are such fun for kids to make. We made numbers but you could also do alphabet, shapes or anything else! The base of the sticker is contact paper (sticky backed plastic), which is safe to use on walls or windows. Easy to remove and reposition – it is perfect for your kids to work on basic addition and subtraction.
To make these stickers we used:
- White contact paper (although clear would also work fine)
- Permanent marker
- Acrylic paint and paintbrushes
- Wax paper (optional but recommended)
And of course, photobombing my attempts take photos of his work!Homemade Number Stickers - combine art and math in one activity! Click To Tweet