This contact paper sticky wall activity was so much fun and the best part..
It was themed for Christmas!
I love a good contact paper activity.
We have made a couple of contact paper activities:
.. and so much more!
If you’d like to check our more of the contact paper activities and sticky wall activities for kids we have done, be sure to type in the search bar “contact paper activities” on our website!
For this particular sticky wall/contact paper craft, I themed ours for the holidays!
But, I also did add a little educational twist to it – learning about shapes!
I’ll share all of what we used and how you can go about making one of these shape sticky walls whether you are in a school setting or right at home, too!
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Christmas Sticky Shape Wall Activity Video Below:
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And, that is pretty much it!
You’ll of course need a craft knife and/or scissors to cut out a tree, snowman, gift out of the cardboard cutout.
Christmas Sticky Shape Wall Kids Activity
So, you may be asking how exactly I put together this simple Christmas activity?
Here are the steps I took to put together this sticky wall contact paper kids activity:
Use a craft knife and/or scissors to cut out your Christmas shapes.
I made a Christmas tree, snowman and gift!
Then, I drew a tree trunk and a bow on the gift; this is not necessary though.
I then made sure to measure my contact paper so it can fit on the back of the cardboard cutout craft that I just made.
Voila! You are ready to add the final touches.
Cut out circles for the snowman, triangles for the tree and squares for the gift out of construction paper to learn about shapes!
How can you learn about shapes, you say? Add the construction paper pieces to the correct match on the sticky paper!
So much fun..
And, a very easy activity!
Christmas Sticky Wall Activity
We absolutely love how this came out and the best part, it is a wonderful keepsake thereafter.
You can also talk about colors instead of shapes only.
Talk about the different Christmas items that happen during the holidays.
For a more advanced approach, add and subtract the construction paper pieces or create a fun pattern with them on the sticky tape.
I hope you enjoyed this simple and easy cardboard activity for kids.
Have you ever made a fun cardboard activity before?
How did it go?
Leave me a comment below, letting me know how it worked out for you! 🙂