From creating posters and cards to other works of art, stamp sets offer great hands-on play for kids. Introducing stamp sets into a child’s day can have multiple benefits, including helping them build their motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Stamp sets are also great for encouraging imagination and storytelling skills. Below we’ve listed a variety of stamp sets selected for their quality and ability to introduce educational concepts to children.
Kids will have plenty of fun creating their own unique designs with these stamps. There are six large stamps in total. Their easy-grip handles are perfect for little hands and can help with the development of fine motor skills. The set comes with its own washable ink pad, featuring six vibrant colors that go well with the featured designs. A great option for children 4 and older.
There are 100 pieces featuring 50 different designs in this self-inking stamp set, giving children plenty of options to explore during playtime. Some of the featured designs include emojis, dinosaurs, dogs, sea life, superheroes, holidays, school, sports and themes related to love and peace. Because the stamps are self-inking, clean-up is exceptionally easy, and there is no need to worry about an ink pad drying out. The stamps come in red, blue, green, purple and orange. With so many options, this is a great set to use in the classroom or share with friends. This set is ideal for children ages 3 and older.
Getting children to practice writing isn’t always easy. However, this 70-piece stamp set by Lost Ocean will encourage even reluctant writers to practice putting words together. It is an absolutely beautiful set, and the wooden stamps can be neatly stored away in the included wooden box when not in use. The font used with the set is stylish and adds to the stamps’ usability in creating various designs. It is recommended for children ages 4 and up.
“The benefit of stamp sets are the multiple layers of learning they offer at the same time. Beyond motor skills and creativity, with the right supervision they can become a gateway into improved writing and reading skills, as well as teach the history of correspondence.”
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