Activities to do with toddlers

Discover a variety of fun and engaging activities to do with toddlers that will keep them entertained and help them learn and grow. Get inspired and create lasting memories with your little ones.
Play, Toddler Learning Activities, Montessori, Pre K, Toys, Kids Sensory Activities, Sensory Activities For Preschoolers, Sensory Play For Toddlers, Toddler Sensory Activities

Do you have bored kids at home? No problem, break out the painter's tape because these fun activities are easy to create for toddlers and preschoolers! They're perfect for busy moms and dads on a budget using cheap supplies you probably already have at home.

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Brandee Corbin
Montessori, Diy, Infant Activities, Activities For Kids, Pre K, Toddler Learning Activities, Play, Infant Activities Daycare, Sensory Activities Preschool

We’re all quarantined with nowhere to go and are desperately trying to find things to keep our little ones entertained. I get it. I’m right there with you. So after our first full week of quarantine, I wanted to share some things we did that were big hits with the kids, and I’ll be doing...Continue Reading

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Makenna Bettencourt
Sensory Play, Pre K, Homemade Moon Sand, Sensory Bottles, Homemade Kinetic Sand, Sensory Games, Sensory Crafts, How To Make Sand, Make Kinetic Sand

This moon sand recipe is so easy to make! With only two ingredients, you'll be playing with this soft and sensory sand within minutes. Moon Sand This moon sand recipe is so much fun. The texture is soft and crumbly, but it also molds really well into different shapes. The kids thought it was the best thing ever! I've tested different kinetic sand recipes before (like this kinetic sand, this moldable play sand and this foam sand), but this one was BY FAR the best. And with only 2 ingredients…

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Taylor Day
Ideas, Toddler Activities, Art, Pre K, Crafts, Indoor Activities For Toddlers, Indoor Activities For Kids, Fun Activities For Toddlers, Activities To Do With Toddlers

We have survived 4 months of ice and snow with little kids inside! As a stay at home mom with a 2 and 3.5-year old, we have had to figure out some indoor activities for toddlers to help me (and them) not go crazy! We live in a two bedroom apartment so you can picture

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Daphne Quinton