12 DIY Giant Jungle Sticker Scenes
Bigger than I expected
I did not pay attention to the dementions of this and it was a lot bigger than I expected it to be. The kids did like it though. I enjoyed it because it was a craft my little ones can do that does not make a mess!
May 22, 2010
The kids absolutely loved creating their own jungle. However, the paper used for the scenery is too thin for the size and tears easily. If you purchase this product, you might want to reinforce the paper with contact paper or paste thicker paper to the back.
August 8, 2011
High Quality Product
I bought these for an activity to do when kids arrive for my son's birthday party so they have something to do while we wait for all guests to arrive. Looks so fun I think I'll do one myself!
February 25, 2010
My son loves stickers and these kits are a great way to keep him entertained and keep the stickers on paper and not on furniture or walls or me! I think the paper and sticker quality are both fine. They stickers peel off easily and can be repositioned and still stick.
September 15, 2009
These are fun
My older child loves these, but my younger, preschool child, lacked the finesse to peel off some of the stickers and they ripped.
Still, it's a lot of fun for them to create their own scenes, and the stickers come off easily so the kids can restick them over and over - which is good, because they do change their minds!
September 9, 2009
I used this for a preschooler craft at VBS. The kids loved using the stickers (there are lots!) to create the scene. I used the contact paper idea and turned them into placemats. The kids and parents were delighted.
June 30, 2009
Giant Scenes are Great
The 2-4 yr. class at our daycare is learning about animals that live in the jungle. These giant scenes are great for this age group. While the animals may not be placed properly they love to create their own jungle and at less than $1 per craft these make an excellent learning tool.
March 1, 2009
Jumbo Jungle Scene
This is a very cute project! My only concern with it is that, for the size of the scene, the paper is too lightweight. I covered the back of the scene with brown wrapping paper - probably could have used tagboard but didn't have any in the house at the time. Then, after the scene was finished, I covered it front and back with clear contact paper so the kids can use it as a place mat. (VBS craft project)
February 17, 2009