Four Foam Block Building Ideas
I do my best to offer my children a variety of options to facilitate their play, for example, we have six different kinds of blocks, each wi...
Baby Bubble Wrap Art - Sensory Baby & Toddler Activity - Arty Crafty Kids
Baby Bubble Wrap Art is a fantastic sensory activity suitable for babies, toddlers and preschoolers. They will adore exploring the texture and colours, as their little hands squish the bubbles.
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PLAY Based Learning on Instagram: “The best (& worst) thing you could possibly give a Toddler! 🙉 Miss19m LOVED her bell anklets during this afternoons dance/music session!…”
449 Likes, 19 Comments - PLAY Based Learning (@acraftyliving) on Instagram: “The best (& worst) thing you could possibly give a Toddler! 🙉 Miss19m LOVED her bell anklets…”
Pom pom drop activity for toddlers - Laughing Kids Learn
This pom pom drop activity for toddlers is simple to set up and great for developing fine motor control and an understanding of cause and effect.
DIY Sensory Rugs for Kids | Montessori Nature
Sensory rugs are so great for children’s learning and very beneficial for their development. Children are usually very attracted to sensory rugs which stimulate their senses with different textures and colours. The great news is that DIY sensory (massage) rugs are easy to make at home and are very affordable. They make the child’s playtime … DIY Sensory Rugs for Kids Read More »
DIY Busy Board - The DIY Mama Blog
Okay, so crazy life update: my baby girl is no longer a baby! She’s a toddler! And she does more than just toddle – she walks, runs, climbs – the whole kit and caboodle. AND she loves getting into everything, and I mean EV-ERY-THING. So when I saw a picture on Facebook of a busy … Read more...
Taming the Toddler: Pinterest to the Rescue - Forks and Folly
Let’s just say that my toddler, Will, is currently a “challenge.” At not quite 1 1/2, he is more than a handful. His communication skills are “lacking,” his screaming is loud, and his aim when throwing things is remarkable. We’re working on the language skills, which I’m hoping will strengthen faster than his throwing arm....
I'm a young mother of two beautiful kids (4 years old and 9 months). I want to share with you some ideas : kids activities, toddler games, meals, art and crafts for our little one...