Sticker Poster - Pixel Art
Contains: 1 poster (1m x 60 cm) + 1600 stickers (13 colors)
All ages from 5 years old
Design: Laurent Bazart
Welcome to the world of pixel art and video games! On the large partially colored poster, the child sticks the stickers in various colors following the numbers indicated. Little by little, funny little pixel watches appear, as if by magic! The stickers are stuck one next to the other, like a giant puzzle in stickers, or a giant coloring in stickers.
Once the "pixel art" activity is over, this educational game turns into a beautiful poster to decorate the room.
This sticker activity cleverly occupies children, far from the screens.
- They can play together, thanks to the giant poster (100 x 60 cm) and the very large number of stickers (more than 1600).
- This educational game promotes concentration and calmness for a long time (parents love it :-)
- These creative stickers train children's fine motor skills.
- This educational game develops artistic sensitivity, as the poster is created by a renowned illustrator.
- This sticker activity enhances the value of the child because the result is really impressive.
- Manual activity is easy, even for children who are not very manual.
- Play time: an average of 3 sessions of 60 minutes for a child playing alone (very variable from one child to another).
- This activity looks a bit like a jigsaw puzzle in stickers or a giant coloring in stickers.
- Discover here the artist Laurent Bazart who illustrated the poster.
In an ecological concern, this educational game is not made in Asia, but in the European Union (Poland).
- We have opted for flat packaging to reduce the ecological impact (manufacturing and transport) as much as possible.
- We have entrusted the manufacturing follow-up to the French office Leporello, signatory of the Responsible Supplier Relations Charter.
- The stickers are semi-repositionable, so that they can be replaced once or twice in case of error. As for a puzzle, you have the right to make a mistake!
- All our creative hobbies for children comply with the CE toy standard, guaranteed phthalate-free.
- Exclusive concept: Poppik. Design: Delphine Badreddine and Françoise Baglin.
ADVISE FOR USE:
Unfold the poster and erase the folds as much as possible by folding in the opposite direction. Place the poster flat, on a table or on the floor, and start sticking the stickers by following the numbers. In joy and good mood! A bit like a giant coloring book, the poster is covered with patterns and colors.
- Like a puzzle, the sticker activity is long and can therefore be done in several sessions.
- The poster and stickers can be easily stored in the pocket. The poster can also be rolled to avoid folds on the stickers.
- This activity is ideal to occupy a small group of children during a birthday party or an afternoon game (easy to set up, fun for all, even for those who are not manual, does not stain, adult help is not required). Even more fun than a puzzle!
Once the large poster is finished, it is intended to decorate the house.
- Hang the poster on the wall in any room of the house.
- You can also frame the poster, for an even more impressive result.
Visit our blog to find out how to give a second life to your Poppik, and how to prolong the activity.
LEARN WHILE HAVING FUN
This Pixel Art poster is inspired by the graphic universe of the video game "Space Invaders", published in 1978. This game was very quickly a huge popular success and influenced many other games afterwards. All the decorations were made in pixels, that is to say in small colored squares juxtaposed. Today, the small pixel monsters are the symbol of video games. In this activity kit, children will have fun creating them with stickers.