My 4 -year-old girl loves arts and crafts and enjoys colourful things. Just recently, she has finally learned to put her toys away when she’s done playing (without being told), so as a reward, I bought her a Melissa & Doug Sticker Collection. It had over 1000 stickers in it (with alphabets & numbers), and my little boy Brent was beyond thrilled when I gave it to her. The stickers were colourful and of good quality.
He loves using the alphabet stickers to put his name on her books and just about anything he could get her hands on. Also, he’s already filled up two of his scrap books, with her favourite photos and the stickers, and he’s still got plenty left. I’m sure it’ll take a while before he can finish all the stickers. However, I think he noticed that too (that no matter how many stickers he used, he still had plenty left), and to my dismay, this week, she started putting stickers on our walls. Now, I said the stickers were of good quality, and boy was I right. They were very difficult to remove, and some of the paint would usually come off with it. Brent got a good lecture for it, and she’s back to sticking it on papers and stuff. Other than that, the sticker booklet’s a good buy.