Make Your Own Zoo Animal Stickers
Really cute and keeps 'em busy!
I bought these for my daughter's third birthday party, I couldn't believe how cute these were! There is such a variety of facial features, there are almost too many! We use the extra facial stickers on our drawings or in magazines. They are so easy to use and fun too. My daughter loves them!
April 23, 2012
Great for curious toddlers!
Kids loves stickers, so you can't miss this one!!!
June 6, 2011
I put these in the favor bags at my son's party this past Saturday to help keep the "party mood" going after the kids had gone home. It was very colorful and very adorable for little fingers.
August 4, 2010
Great Fun for the Kids
I got these for my son's 3rd Birthday Party at the zoo! All of the kids really enjoyed making silly faces with the animals. Good quality and they were able to create on their own.
November 9, 2012
great for kids
I purchased these for an activity for my kids during the summer. They love to make their animals on a piece of paper and then use them to decorate their rooms. They're also great for the fronts of cards from the kids!
July 2, 2012
Should have read description better
Smaller than expected but cute nonetheless - wanted it to be the big ones they had for the monsters because it is for my 2 year old.
April 15, 2012
We purchased these, along with many other zoo themed items from OTC, to use as party favors for a zoo themed birthday party. They were a hit, and do stick well. I must admit, a very cute and quality product!
February 2, 2012
Got this in an assortment
I purched the zoo animal assortment and this was one of the things that was inside. My 4 and 6 year old boys loved mking the animal faces.
August 30, 2011
We use this product after reading a book to our first graders about animals in a zoo. Then the children make their own page for a class book, by writing and putting the sticker on as the picture.They love it and it looks great!
August 8, 2011
Stickers, Always a Hit!
You will need to provide a piece of construction paper for the kids to put the stickers on. Or you could use a lunch size paper bag and make a puppet!
March 30, 2011