Monday, March 10, 2014

Fun With Stickers On A Dull Winter's Day


When a family is stuck inside as we have been for the past couple of (freezing!) months, it becomes a parent's duty to brainstorm activities for the kids. Although some kids might be just as happy left to play video games for hours on end (and I have one of those kids), DK Canada has a better suggestion.

To help alleviate cabin fever, DK has a special Buy 2 Get 1 Free Sticker Book Boutique running until March 15th. DK says nothing beats a sticker book on a cold day when you are stuck inside. And I agree. I even suggested to Chris from DK that perhaps they should create sticker books for moms. My one request is that they include a rum and coke sticker for me. But I digress.


My 11-year-old boy chose The LEGO Movie Ultimate Sticker Collection. We saw the movie recently and we all enjoyed it. Which was surprising to me...because it's a movie featuring LEGO figures. But somehow it works.



The stickers are bright, colourful and cheery, just the thing to provide inspiration on a dull winter's day.


Since both of my kids have an interest in rocks and minerals, they agreed to share the Rocks and Minerals Sticker Encyclopedia.




I love this book because the kids can explore their interests and learn some new facts while having fun at the same time.


My little girl also chose the Monsters University Ultimate Sticker Book. Those characters are a whole lot of fun, aren't they? Perfect for a sticker collection.


If you are looking for a good way to occupy your kiddies right now, head over and check out the DK Sticker Book Boutique. There's something there for everyone! (Or maybe there will be one day if I get the requested Sticker Book for Moms.)





*I received books for review purposes. All opinions are my own.

6 comments:

  1. What gorgeous sticker books! My kids loved sticker books when they were younger and I always made sure to buy them each a new DK sticker book whenever we took a flight to NS for summer vacation! I think they are such a great gift for birthdays/Christmas too! Have a lovely week! Angie xo

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    1. So true, Angie - they make great travel entertainment for kids! Have a wonderful weekend. Jo

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  2. I loved stickers as a kid. Especially the scratch n' sniff and the puffy ones and I totally had a sticker book. Dang you mom for throwing it away, lol.

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    1. Oh my gosh, I LOVED scratch n' sniff stickers too Laurie! I had a photo album I collected them in. I'm not sure if mine is still around or not. :)

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  3. cool. my son got a sticker book and a birthday party.. the reusable sort.. he loves it

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    1. There's an idea too - they make great loot bag treats! :)

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