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Stamping and coloring activity

Recently I came across a set of rubber stamps that were almost forgotten. The birds themed stamps that I have contain a set of recognizable birds. It felt great! So here is a wonderful activity for our kindergarten children, I announce. 'And hey! Why not us?', said the others! And so we had more curious participants who joined us and enjoyed stamping and coloring.

I noticed that it turned out to be a very useful learning activity:

  • It helps children learn left and right positions on a page
  • Placement of images so they aren't upside down
  • It exercises their dexterity skills
  • The amount of pressure to apply so the images don't smudge
  • They need to try out before they actually do the final stamps

Happy stamping! It sure is a wonderful activity to include and try out other themes like vehicles or animals.


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