Good Patient Sticker Sheets
This one was another winner with my grandchildren. They loved doctoring up the poor bear. I loved listening to them talk about all his injuries they were fixing. I keep construction paper cut in half on hand for the sticker sets without the background scenes. This makes very bright and cheerful pictures when they are done.
August 29, 2011
Cute for any medical-related kid-friendly event
We used these adorable stickers as a goodie for each child in a preschool classroom during an educational visit from a doctor. We thought they would be a cute and fun way to remember the visit by. The only thing they could have that would make them better is a 'background' to put the bear on - I had to print a drawing of an exam room on a sheet of paper for my daughter to place the stickers on.
February 17, 2012
Not the greatest craft project
There were a few things about this craft that were less than great. First, there was no background for the stickers to go on, unlike many of the other sticker sets OT sells. We had to make up a background for them to go on. Second, they were much smaller than I anticipated them to be. Finally, they ripped very easily. It was difficult for the children to remove the bears without them tearing. It was fortunate the bandages were already there for the kids to "heal" the sick bears. Overall, not as good a project as others we have used in the past.
July 21, 2011
I run a wildlife hospital and was delighted to find this item. Often when a family brings us an injured wlld animal, the smallest children get upset that "their" animal has to be left with us and can't go home with them. We try to explain to them all the reasons why in language they can understand, but there are still often a lot of tears. One thing we've done in the past is take a Polaroid of the child with the baby animal and while they are watching it develop, we're heading back to our facility with the patient. However, film is not cheap and we are always in dire need of money, so when I found these sticker sets, I jumped on them. These are ideal for giving the kids. It not only entertains them, but allows them to "rehab" their own little patient. I can see these being used in so many other ways, as well...perhaps a child who is having an operation. I would certainly recommend these to others.
January 17, 2010