Thursday, August 18, 2022

Let's Play with Stickers Set - Level 3, By Mideer - REVIEW


Nature/ Type:          Stickers and Cut & Paste Activity Book  

Rating:                     ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ 

Recommended age:  5 year-old ++ 

Who would love this: Kids that love stickers / arts & crafts 

Hands up 🙌🏻. if you are a stickers lover, adults or kids! Our family love these sticky, versatile, full of possibilities adhesive labels bursting with vibrance and surprises. Mideer “Let's Play with Stickers Set - Level 3” has been a superb help keeping the two energetic kids engaged and busy during weekends. I am super excited to share with you today how wonderfully-designed this activity kit is! 

Why I love ❤️ this set: 

(1) 50 "Sticky" Activities - This little green booklet consists of 50 pages of interesting and colourful activities, ranging from different levels of difficulties. We started off with the basic stickers peeling and pasting activity. It’s a fantastic way to spend time with young kids in an educational and fun way; the two kids searched, found, and identified the “correct” sticker pieces (elephant trunk, monkey’s ears, windows, eyes, pretty hair bow etc), and matched them to the illustrated sheets to form complete images of cheeky blue elephant, bunny with ribbon accessory, cool cowboy with a wild rag, apartment block with friendly neighbours and so on. The kids thoroughly enjoyed watching the artistic and fun scenes coming together progressively. 

(2) Puzzles, Games & Others -  Next up, there are various creatively-designed and illustrated cutting and pasting activities, with the use of scissors and glue: from dressing up a doll, maze-tracing, geometric puzzle, logical games, sorting exercise, sequencing, and so so many more! We spent HOURS learning about metamorphosis process from tadpole to frog, sorting lollies in accordance with colours, “hanging” socks on washing line, arranging the clocks etc. The kids just couldn’t STOP completing one challenge after another! We love that the activity combined dexterity, hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills with series of problems solving exercises. 

(3) Perforated Pages - I love the perforated pages for each activity! Each sheet can be easily torn out, both kids can choose and work on their preferred activities simultaneously. That’s pretty awesome when you need to keep two kids entertained at the same time! 

(4) Reward Stickers & Progress Chart - I also love the reward stickers and progress chart included, all in a single booklet! 

# gifted in exchange for review 

Where to buy this: (Australia) (Website) 

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