I love contact paper. I love how useful it is for toddler art projects, how I can use it to laminate items, create dry erase projects, and make fun murals with kids of all ages. Recently, I went back to work in the classroom and my students love contact paper too. It’s a fun sensory experience all on its own. Here are 37 crafts, activities, invitations to create, and things you can make with contact paper.
Sticky Walls, Windows, Tables, and Easels.
Children love murals and they are great cooperative projects for preschool. When my class is out of sync and behavior is taking a nose dive one of my secret weapons is making a mural together. There is something soothing and cooperative that really helps get us back on track. Contact paper is part of my toolkit because especially for very young kids, it makes participating in creating murals so much easier.
Contact paper is great for crafts too and usually, if you are using contact paper you’re able to send the craft home that day, no need to wait for the glue to dry!.
Place Mat Crafts
Wipe Off Activities Made With Contact Paper
I LOVE that contact paper can stand in for a laminator but I absolutely adore that you can make wipe off activities with it too.