One activity and 5 different ways to learn! This dot stickers Christmas lights activity will be a hit in your home during this Christmas season.
Easy Peasy Dot Stickers Christmas Lights Activity for Siblings
I have a 5.5yo and a 3yo at home. Half the time, they want to do the same whatever the other sibling is doing. Because of this I'm constantly thinking of how to replicate and adapt the activities for multiple children with different learning goals.
If you have 2 or more kids, you are going to love lighting up this Dot Stickers Christmas Tree! With just small changes to the set up, I got this activity ready for 2 kids in less than 5 minutes.
Related: Need another low-prep activity? Try this Symmetry Christmas Tree Printing.
5 Learning Ideas for Kids of Different Ages
1) Dot Sticker Line up
Perfect fine motor skill activity for young toddlers to peel the little dot stickers off and stick them on the line.
Lots of fine motor practice is important for children as a pre-writing activity.
2) Color Matching
Using dot markers, make some colored dots on the line and invite your toddler to stick the dot stickers on the dots of the same color.
Related: Getting some materials for this activity? Check out my favourite supplies list for recommendations.
3) Letter/ Number/ Sight words Matching
This is a fun way for the older toddlers or preschoolers to learn their letters, numbers or sight words. Write letters, numbers or words on the line and on the dot stickers. Increase the challenge by doing uppercase/ lowercase letter matching.
4) Complete the Pattern with Dot Stickers
Using dot markers, make simple patterns (ABAB, AAB, BAA, AABB) on the line. Leave some space at the end of each line for the kid to continue the pattern. Invite your child to first stick dot stickers of the same color as the dot paint and continue the pattern on the line with more dot stickers.
5) Christmas Lights Countdown
Write number 1 to 25 on the line and on the dot stickers. Every day in December, give your child a new dot sticker in consecutive numbers. On Dec 1, give the dot sticker with 1 written on it, on Dec 2, give the dot sticker with 2 written on it and so on until Dec 25 Christmas Day!
It's a fun way to count down to Christmas and great way to practice counting 1 to 25.
More Christmas Learning Ideas
Looking for more Christmas theme learning ideas for kids? Check out our Christmas Learning Shelf! Also check out our Christmas theme Pinterest board! You will also love these Santa Claus and Snowman countdown ideas!
- Try this fun Christmas Tree Cardboard Puzzle
- Learn math with this Reindeer Counting Toy
- Make this TP Roll Christmas Tree Learning Activity
Love this Dot Stickers Christmas Lights activity? Pin it to your Christmas Activities board!