Sticker Story Books
Step 2: Draw a line 1.5-2" from the bottom of the page separating the drawing and writing areas.
Step 3: Get out all those stickers you've got hiding around the house! Let your child pick one sheet of stickers to work with. (After they've been doing the activity for a while, children may be able to handle multiple pages of stickers, but I think for beginners it's easier to choose one so they don't get overwhelmed).
Step 4: Guide your child in choosing stickers for the page (make sure you work on 1 page at a time!) and help them develop a scenario - what is going on in the picture? For example, in the photo above, Little C began with the sticker of Toby (the cactus from Sheriff Callie) and when asked what he was doing, responded that he was picking flowers. She then added a couple more stickers and drew a field of flowers for Toby to pick.
Tip: If your child needs help drawing, you can draw hand over hand with them or guide them verbally - "draw a circle for the sun, around-close"
Step 5: Create a caption for the drawing. Help your child come up with a sentence (or two if they're older or more advanced!) about their picture and write it with them at the bottom of the page.