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Pirate Sticker Letters for Fine Motor Skills

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This is a classic lesson that MANY teachers and educators use with toddlers. Toddlers LOVE stickers and they love the control they get when sticking something to another thing… feels a little rebellious I imagine so they dig it. Be warned though… Cash gets pretty upset when he puts a sticker in the wrong place, wants to move it and can’t… we’ve torn a few pages in frustration but there is a lesson in everything of course! Even a tantrum 🙂
I made these worksheets on my own computer in Microsoft Word, and you can too! Or you can download my FREE Printables too!
I downloaded this font from www.dafont.com {mom addiction!} and it is called KBDottyDot
I then just did a basic Insert>Clipart>”Pirate” search within word to get the graphic
For stickers I just use the cheap garage sale price dots! I like how they are round so they can’t tear with little fingers and how they go easily with the font I’m using.
Get the Printables HERE: 
Letter H Worksheet– Pirate HAT
Letter T Worksheet– Treasure
Letter Y Worksheet– Yo Ho Ho!
 
Instructions: 
I present this lesson out on the Mess Mat in the morning. When Cash comes out of his room he can go straight to the Mat and choose his morning discovery lesson…. honestly, he usually stops at whatever he comes to first…

This particular morning we have 4 stations: Letter Stickers, Octopus Painting, An Usborne Pirate Book and our Treasure Box themed Discovery Box. {It’s Pirate Month at our house}

Supplementary Conversations with this lesson:
Talk about colors
Talk about circles
Count how many stickers you used
Color the image cartoon
Trace/Color the word
Sound out the word and talk about letters
Fine Motor Skills are gained by removing and placing the sticker too!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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