Toddler activities

Whoo, it is time for this month’s 12 months of sensory dough post!  This time we are sharing a new edible playdough recipe with you.  We have shared edible peanut butter playdough, edible frosting playdough, and Marshmallow Playdough-edible & fun before.  Today I have a new one to share. Edible cream

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My kids never sit still for long and jumping around is one of their favorite things to do. Since they like jumping so much I set them up with a simple snowflake number jump activity one afternoon.  This way they could work on learning their numbers and improve their

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 Playdough is a favorite play activity at my house.  My oldest has had the chance to play with many different types of scented, colored, and edible playdoughs over the years.  Even now he still loves when I get the playdough out for the kids to play with.  We have made Kool-Aid Playdough

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We love simple torn paper or scissor skills crafts at my house.  With young kids tearing paper is a fun way to work on those tiny hand muscles.  Since my kids are different ages sometimes the older kids enjoy cutting up their paper for these crafts and the little

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It is time for a new busy activity for the month.  Almost once a month I will be sharing a busy activity for kids.  Today I have Heart Alphabet Match Up Activity to share with you.  With Valentine’s Day coming up an activity with hearts seemed perfect. This busy

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DIY Music Shaker Instruments are a lot of fun to make with the kids.  No matter what time of the year, a music shaker or noise maker is a great project to make with the kids.  New Year’s just happens to be around the corner for us.  And these

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Can you believe we have made it to the end of the year!  Or almost, but for 12 Months of Sensory Dough this is the end of the year for us today. I have had a blast sharing new play recipes each month.  This month it is all about

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All of my kids, as babies and toddlers, have loved to put things in their mouth and chew on almost everything.  With this in mind, when I do activities with all 3 of my kids, I have to try and find ways to be able to include them all.

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We love Fall inspired sensory play over here. Even more the fall scented sensory play activities.  I love the smell of apples and pumpkin spice.  I was searching for a simple sensory play activity for the kids that had a fall theme.  I ended up with pumpkin spice kernels

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Gross motor skills are used in the large muscle groups such as the arms, legs, and, torso.  Gross motor activities are often a go to idea for my high energy kids.  We can work on improving their gross motor skills and burn off some energy all in one!  One

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Fine motor skills activities work on those tiny hand muscles in children.  These muscles are important for cutting, holding a pencil, buttoning a shirt…  So many ways we use our hand muscles each day.  There are so many fun ways to let us work on strengthening these muscles through

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We recently made DIY Yarn Paint Brushes for kids art.  Since the yarn was still on the counter we tried another yarn art for kids project.  The kids love simple art.  Especially when they can make what they want.  This art project was also great for my multi-aged kids.  All

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Happy to team up with B.Toys to bring you this post.     Today we are taking part in A-Z Pretend Play (landing page) hosted by Crafty Kids at Home.  We are sharing V is for Vet Pretend Play.  The kids love playing Pretend Play Medical Office.  They check each other’s blood

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