Young readers can create 10 bright and playful low-poly artworks featuring favorite zoo animals, one sticker at a time. The boredom-busting fun of coloring meets the joy of paint by number and the fun of a sticker book.
“I love the idea of frequent art projects, but I’m not a fan of the ensuing construction paper cleanup and glue-sticked chaos. That’s what makes…Paint By Sticker kids…which includes 10 “sticker paintings,” so great. It’s a high-focus activity that scratches the creative itch while rewarding fine motor skills and number recognition. It’s also mess free—so much so that you can break out the book on a long road trip and buy yourself about 30 minutes of entertainment from one page.” —Wirecutter, The New York Times Company
“The educational swiss army knife of sticker books. The Paint by Stickers projects….provide number recognition and matching practices for older kids and an introduction to numbers and matching for the littles….It’s an active craft which is also a puzzle. Sound cool? It is.” —GeekDad
"This book is genius! It's a paint-by-number book meets sticker book meets Tanagrams. Perfect for working on fine motor skills and spatial orientation!" —Parents
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