One of our favorite supplies to use in kids crafts and activities is contact paper. You can do so many fun activities with contact paper and the best part is you can buy it at the dollar store. I always have some on hand and when there’s a rainy day or a sick day, I bring it out and add some other items I already have. If you don’t have any, go grab some and if you already have it, here are some great ways to use it.
Contact Paper Collage from Making Boys Men – Contact paper and paper scraps create a fun activity for little ones.
Planting a Rainbow from Creative Family Fun – This is great with Spring right around the corner.
Hole Punch Art from Nurture Store – These are gorgeous and will make you look at a hole punch in a “hole” new way.
Sticky Salt Painting from Play, Create, Explore – A new way to paint!
Sand Art Craft from Red Ted Art – Using sand with contact paper to create art.
Learning with Contact Paper
Sticky Paper Hearts from The Good Long Road – Love how they used contact paper and tissue paper to create these hearts and tie the whole thing into an art lesson!
Alphabet Sticky Wall by Toddler Approved – Simple way for kids to practice their letters while using contact paper.
Sensory Paper for Toddlers by What We Do All Day – Here you can use some different textured materials to create a sticky sensory experience.
We hope you were inspired by this list! Leave a comment and let me know about your favorite contact paper ideas.
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