Today we took the fun outside with some easy to whip up sidewalk paint! [Read more…]
Today’s Easter themed activity was letter matching!
Here’s everyone an easy activity that is fun anytime! [Read more…]
Today we played toddler twister and it was a fun game for indoors or out!
I don’t know about y’all but around here it has been rainy and dreary weather. So we took the fun into our own hands with some indoor pillow play!
Here’s an exciting Toddler Approved Activity! It is fun for everyone 🙂
Stuck inside on this cold, nasty day? How about a fun toddler approved activity for y’all? 🙂
Today I have an awesome science experiment for you to try with your little ones! This activity was a great way to teach colors and have some fun with it 🙂
Today we tried out a new and fun toddler approved activity-drawing with trucks! This particular activity was right up Jaxson’s alley!
For this activity all you need is a few trucks, some tape, paper, and something to draw with. We used crayons, but I would recommend something that is easier and doesn’t require a lot of pressure to write like a marker or highlighter.
Jaxson really loved this activity, but then again, he loves anything to do with cars and trucks!
Another tip: I put down a few sheets of paper and taped them together and then taped that to the table. Wrapping paper would be a great thing to use for this activity, too!
Hope y’all enjoy this activity!
Today we tried out a new toddler approved activity and it was a fun and messy one!
We made SLIME!
This activity was fairly easy to prepare and cheap, but it entertained my toddlers for almost an hour!
To Play You Need:
1 tsp Borax
4 oz bottle of Elmer’s glue
Water 1-1/2 cup
Mix 1 cup water with borax in one bowl. In another bowl, empty glue bottle and add 1/2 cup water to it. Drop in a few drops of your desired food coloring and mix. Add the Borax mixture. Knead the mixture in the bowl until it starts to clump together and then pour the excess water out. Continue to play with the mixture until it is no longer wet and doesn’t stick to your hands. To store place in a ziplock bag or tupperware bowl.
After it was done I put ours in bowls to help contain the mess. It did help out, but it was still a pretty messy activity. Thankfully any mess that was made was very easily wiped up with a damp cloth. Quick and easy!
My dainty girl took a little bit to come around to it, but my messy little boy dove right in!
To implement some learning into their sensory activity, we talked about how the slime felt and what color it was. We also held some in our hands and watched how it started at the top and oozed down to the bottom.
Mama even had fun with this activity!
Hope y’all enjoy it!