Here's what Yules and I created today! Since we are in the Holiday spirit, we created a Christmas tree collage! I cut the contact paper into a tree shape and taped it to the window with the sticky side facing out. You can do any shape or just leave it as a rectangle. You can also tape it to the floor or table, I chose the patio door because it has a nice big window that the light can shine through and it's right at her level! Another advantage of doing it on the door is that it is a vertical surface, which is great for strengthening her pincer grip.
Mr. Kalbs wanted to be part of the picture too! He was very curious as to what was going on!
I presented the monster with a tray of "ornaments" for her tree. And then let her explore. She was quite intrigued by the sticky paper and then somehow knew exactly what to do!
Looks like a masterpiece to me LOL! Yules really enjoyed creating this and had a grand ol' time sticking things on and ripping things off! Great activity for developing hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills! We will definitely be whipping out the contact paper again soon for another activity!