Quick and simple toddler activities to do at home! No prep crafts, art projects, sensory, fine and gross motor activities. Teach your toddler letters, numbers…
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Do you love sensory bottles as much as we do? One of the easiest forms of sensory play for babies and toddlers is a sensory bottle. They are so simple to make and once you make them they last a really long time! If you're looking for inspiration for sensory bottles for toddlers then this post will have you sorted.
Wrap up items from around the house with simple aluminum foil for a fun sensory and fine motor activity for toddlers to explore at home. Bonus: no prep needed!
Keep a little green and pretty blooms in your window, no matter the season! Make toddler-friendly suncatchers together using things you found in your own backyard.
I get so many requests for alphabet and ABC activities for toddlers that's it's about time I put a collection together! These play based, educational ABC activities are perfect for 2 and 3 year olds who are keen to start exploring their letters.
If you're looking for tips on surviving a plane trip with a toddler, this list of activities to keep a toddler busy on a plane will have you sorted!
Discover, play, engage and learn with your toddlers and preschoolers at home with these free sample week plans of activities you will love!
Make an easy DIY hand drum craft with this easy how-to tutorial. Your kids will love making music with an instrument they made themselves! #toddlercraft #preschoolercraft
Empower your toddlers and preschoolers to be able to clean up after themselves and put away their own toys with these simple tips and tricks! You’ll love the proud smiles.
Five senses activities are a must for young kids, especially young toddlers and even babies. Here are 48 ways to explore the 4 forgotten non-touch senses.