Continents & Animals Make-A-Sticker Scenes
My class enjoyed reviewing the seven continents together while putting the stickers on their maps. This activity was a good introduction to mapmaking and animals that live on the continents.
October 1, 2012
Wish I'd bought twice as many for VBS!
These sticker sheets were the kids' favorite during VBS. All age groups (4K-5th grade) enjoyed the easy color-coded matching to the continents. The stickers were easy to peel for all ages. Two classes asked to have this sticker sheet a second time during VBS week. With most sticker sheets the children rush through and are done in minutes, but with this sheet, the children took their time and really liked putting the animals on the "right" continents.
June 9, 2012
I purchased these to teach a kindergarten geography lesson. The kids loved them ! Only issue is it shows polar bears as being in Antartica... but they were a huge hit. I thought the pictures themselves were excellent. Maybe a bit hard to get the stickers off the page without ripping them, but overall an excellent purchase.
November 18, 2011
I'm using these as attendance/memory verse device in my kindergarten Sabbath School class, while we study about how God created the world.
December 11, 2012
Awesome birthday party craft!
These were a huge hit at my daughter's fifth birthday party. Perfect blend of her interests (animals, maps) and it turned out all the kids liked it. The map is thin cardstock, sturdy enough that they didn't get ripped or beat up and the kids got to take them home. The kids were able to manage peeling the stickers just fine. It's an annoyance that the polar bear is there but the map has no north pole and he's intended to go to the South Pole. But this oversight didn't detract from the fun.
October 31, 2012
it came real quick.
October 1, 2012
This was fun and very colorful. My kids liked it. I really liked that the colors of the continents matched the color background of the animals on the sticker sheet. It made it easier to have everyone follow along.
I didn't think that the globe was big enough though and the animals were a little crowded on the continents.
November 14, 2011
I used this project to teach continents and animal protection, and they worked beautifully. The colors of the animals are coded with the continents, so even my third graders on IEPs could follow directions. It really cemented the continents home to the students.
October 28, 2011