Contact Paper Sticking For Toddlers

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This is an absolute fave. It was funny watching Harvey the first time, because he didn’t see the paper and was trying to put the poms on the wall next to it. It’s a good challenge and excellent for cognitive skills to understand where the sticky part begins, or why the poms stick certain places and not others.

He was amazed at how they stuck when he did find the paper, and wanted me to do it too, and he liked to see how the paper felt with his hands, other body parts and clothes. He also just enjoyed dumping the pom poms  out of the basket and putting them back, and sweeping them off the sticky paper when he was done.


  • Contact Paper
  • Pom poms
  • Construction tape

Peel the 2 top corners of your contact paper and place the construction tape in the corners. Tape the contact paper to the wall or fridge. Peel the rest of the backing off and tape the other corners.

Place the pom poms in easy range of the contact paper. Show your child how the pom poms stick to the contact paper


This idea isn’t JUST for 1 year olds!

There are 40 more activities in the book and ALL include an activity variation AND “As They Grow” section, making this a Grow-With-Them book.

Activities are suited to 1, 2, 3 and even 4 year olds!

You’ll really get your money’s worth!

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