All you need for this EASY art is:
- crayons (other drawing utensils), and
EASY Art: Sticker Scene Directions
- Start by figuring out what stickers you are going to use. You need to decide this first so that the child can draw a relevant scene.
- Draw a scene using crayons (or other drawing utensils) on paper.
- Add the stickers to the scene that was drawn.
Here is one that Luke did recently. He drew an outdoor scene with water, grass, a sun, and a moon…hey, it’s ART! Then he added animal stickers.
Extensions and Notes:
- Luke recently turned 4 and is just beginning to be able to draw “scenes.” If your child is not able to draw scenes yet, they can just color a page and add stickers. Or you could help them to draw a scene and then they could add the stickers. One idea for helping them draw a scene would be to draw a scene using marker outlines, let them color it with crayons, and then add the stickers to it.
- You can get sticker packs at Michael’s and A.C. Moore for $1/each. This sticker scene used about 1/2 a page from a sticker book with about 6 pages of stickers, so they’re pretty cheap.
- Peeling and sticking stickers is GREAT fine motor practice!
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