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The little guy and I are loving all of the awesome rubber stamps that we’ve been getting in our Mother Goose Time curriculum kits this year. We ended up with a set of family stamps and of course there’s a brand-spankin’-new shape stamp each month too.
Over the course of the last year, we’ve accumulated lots of other stamps that we bought to go along with our themes. We got farm stamps and letter + number stamps. And we can’t forget about the bug stamps that should be making their way to us sometime soon. Yep, this mama definitely has a shopping issue. Lol…
At this point we have an entire box full of them, but we use them all the time. There are so many fun things that you can do with rubber stamps. Keep reading if you’re interested in 3 ideas for using rubber stamps in your everyday learning.
We use them to practice identifying letters + numbers, colors and shapes, and of course animals.
We use them for making art. I especially love the farm stamps for this. And I’m thinking about getting rainforest stamps sometime soon as well.
We use them for creative storytelling. You know, because little kids want to tell us all about what they made. What a great way to build language + literacy skills don’t you think?
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