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Sticker Bracelets for Preschoolers

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As I mentioned yesterday, we’re still celebrating Earth Day around here!  We just moved, so I have lots of empty packing tape rolls laying around.  They are the perfect size and shape for a preschooler’s bracelet, so I’ve been saving them.  This seemed like the perfect project to go with yesterday’s paper bead necklace.  Ready to get started?



What You Need:

  • Large Empty Tape Roll (packing tape, duct tape) or toilet paper roll, cut and taped together to make bracelet
  • Stickers
  • Crayons or Paint

What You Do:

Begin by having kids color the cardboard bracelets with crayons or markers.

Recycle Bracelet

 After the bracelet is colored, have the kids put stickers all over.  This is great for fine motor skills.  Having fun yet?

Recycle Bracelet

As you can see, the bracelet also doubles as a “spot-a-scope”.  I think that’s a Diego reference, but I’m not sure!

Recycle Bracelet

Chipmunk liked this activity, she even made me a bracelet!

After the bracelet is colored, have the kids put stickers all over.  This is great for fine motor skills.

Lovely, isn’t it?

What About You?

What kind of crafts are you making with stuff laying around the house?  Leave me a comment and tell me all about it!

Lindsey Whitney is a mom of two, home day care provider and blogger over at Growing Kids Ministry. You can connect with her via twitter or on facebook.

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