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Why Stickity?

Where to begin!

1:1 devices have increased dramatically since 2019.

We know that a digital classroom cultivates important skills for students that extend beyond the classroom.


However, classwork that was once done on paper doesn’t translate to the screen.


If a website or app is poorly designed, users are more likely to leave within the first 10 seconds.


Similarly, students disengage when unsure about how to interact with classwork. 

This affects K-12 students broadly, especially those with learning differences or who are learning English.

Educators need a more effective toolkit to sustainably accommodate all learners

Sticky stickers go beyond being mere classroom novelties; they serve as purposeful visual aids enabling teachers to seamlessly integrate ELL (English Language Learner), IEP (Individualized Education Program), and 504 accommodations into their lesson plans. Additionally, they facilitate the incorporation of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) strategies, which are universally acknowledged as enhancing the efficacy of teaching.

While these stickers are beneficial for all learners, they were made with special populations of learners at the top of our hearts and minds:


Stickers show and tell important concepts and vocabulary to help remove language barriers and support students experiencing hearing loss.

Stickers are automatically inserted with alt text for students using screen readers, and all graphics meet WCAG guidelines for accessible color contrast.

Concise, direct prompts

Frequent reinforcement for desired/positive behaviors

Provide positive reinforcement

Frequent checks for understanding

Visual markers to guide the student on task

Provide direct feedback

Number and present instructions in a sequence

Clearly stated and written expectations (behavioral and academic)

Prompt student to elaborate

Display key terms

Highlight key phrases or vocabulary terms

Picture based communication

Visual prompts

Provide visual aids to enhance key concepts

Directions / expectations in multiple forms

Meet common IEP accommodations without removing rigor from class content

Hit UDL guidelines with a click of a button

7.3 Minimize Threats and Distractions

8.1 Heighten salience of goals and objectives

8.2 Vary demands and resources to optimize challenge

8.4 Increase mastery-oriented feedback

1.2 Offer alternatives for auditory information

2.1 Clarify Vocabulary and Symbols

2.4 Promote Understanding Across Languages

2.5 Illustrate through multiple Media

3.2 Highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas, and relationships

3.3 Guide information processing and visualization

3.4 Maximize transfer and generalization

5.2 Use multiple tools for construction and composition

6.1 Guide Appropriate Goal-setting

6.2 Support planning and strategy development

6.3 Facilitate Managing Information and Resources

6.4 Enhance capacity for monitoring progress


Visually Communicate Common Core Standards with Content Specific sticker libraries



for Premium Users

Stickity Premium has everything you love about Stickity, plus exclusive sticker libraries that cater to K-12 common core standards

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