Has your little one stopped taking naps? If so, quiet time boxes are solution for keeping your child busy and quiet during rest time.

Quiet Time Boxes

Quiet Boxes - for the child who no longer naps and for the mother who needs her sanity back. This is great idea even for older kids, for weekends & summer afternoons. We can all use a lil more quiet time!

Check out these 25 Quiet Time Activities you and your child will love!

25 Quiet Time Activities for Kids

How to create "quiet room time" when your kids no longer nap, but Mom still needs a daily break! From Your Own Home Store. http://www.yourownhomestore.com/quiet-room-time/

Quiet Room Time

Read this post to learn how to create "quiet room time" when your kids no longer nap, but Mom still needs a daily break! Great for the younger kids when the older ones go back to school. From Your Own Home Store.

These quiet boxes are simple and perfect for preschoolers. Great busy boxes for rest time, to beat the witching hour, or for anytime when little ones might need some quiet structure.

This Weeks Quiet Boxes

Fabulous quiet boxes activities for kids! This site has the best quiet time activities for preschoolers Tap the link to check out sensory toys!

STICKER LINE-UP: A super simple activity for toddlers to play; quick and easy indoor activity; a fun fine motor skills game using stickers

Sticker Line-Up

Sticker Line-Up: An awesomely easy quiet time activity for toddlers, a great indoor activity, toddler activity and fine motor skills activity.

An entire year work of quiet time activities for toddlers and preschoolers! These quiet boxes are amazing and simple - and created by a Kindergarten teacher!

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An entire year of educational quiet boxes! Perfect for kids between 2 - 6 years. Awesome for little ones who no longer nap, or for toddlers while Mama nurses. Also great for home schooling families with little ones!

Write letters on tube and on stickers; kids have to match the stickers to the letters on the tube.

Letter matching on paper towel tubes with stickers. Fine motor control and letter recognition activity good for a busy bag or road trip.

Counting cards are an easy prep, fun way to help kids practice number sequence, one-to-one correspondence, number recognition and {of course} counting! These 15 counting cards are our favorite freebies from across the web. They’re creative, engaging and hands-on. A perfect combo for some serious counting fun. Kids will love adding eyeballs to a batch of colorful monster counting cards. …

15 Clever Counting Cards

Make this fun quiet time activity for your kids to play with, using just a few basic supplies. It will take you less than 30 mins to put together, but will keep your kids busy for hours and hours!

Cognitive Development Domain, Indicator the toddler uses felt shapes to identify and place facial features on felt rounds.

Busy Bag Idea: straw and string- make a straw necklace (finished).  Tons of other ideas.  Just follow the link.

The Hughes Family: Ideas for Lily when the baby arrives: Activity Bags, websites, crafts, etc. // I love action dice + ivory soap!