We made our own super simple healthy popsicles!
We made a puddle fizz – and we didn’t bring any vinegar!
Sensory toddler fun with plastic insects stuck in jello!
Yes, that’s right – let your child help cut the grass!
Make a really BIG sensory bin and put your materials in the play pool!
An activity that E created and loves to do over and over: A Toddler’s Shopping List!
A simple cardboard box offers several painting surfaces and contains all the mess!
Insect activity for toddlers that requires no set up.
Make imprints with plastic animals in play dough – a fun alternative to cookie cutters, especially for toddlers.
(E was 31 months old.) The other day, we had to wait for a ridiculously long time at the car dealership while people were trying to figure out what to do with the used car we’d bought three weeks before that was malfunctioning. So of course…
One of E’s favorite books is “Where is the Green Sheep?” She loves looking for the green sheep and finally finding it on the last page. I’ve seen lots of great book activities for kids but this is the first book for which we came up with our own activities. For one of them,…
Do your kids love to play with shaving cream? Here are 13 fun shaving cream activities to try!