Toddler activities

This month we are taking part in the Gross Motor A-Z Blog Hop hosted by Still Playing School head over to see all the fun ideas for this blog hop.   My kids are high energy, I never hide that.  They move from sun up until sun down at night.

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If you are looking to have fun with those little ones in your life, here are a few simple and fun Christmas activities for Toddlers. I have found that my kids love simple.  I often say “simple is not boring”.  Sometimes the simplest of things will keep them busy

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Excited to be working with b. toys to bring you this post.   Pretend play is not only fun but a great way for kids to learn about the world around them.  We recently got a new Wee Medical Kit from B. Toys (thanks B. Toys).  I knew exactly how I could put it

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This year I have been so unorganized when it comes to holidays and crafts/activities.  I once preplanned everything out and then just added things  as they came, but now, almost every thing is as it comes with really little preplanning.  And that is how the Patriotic Torn Paper Stars

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So exciting to be taking part in All Done Monkeys 31 Days of ABCs again this year.  Last year we chose the letter L for Legos.This year we chose the letter H.  I had no idea what I wanted to do at first.  Then the idea of a Letter

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My kids love to drop items in bottles and containers.  It is great for their fine motor skills and hand eye coordination.  There are so many fun and easy ways for them to do this.  While out shopping at a store little brother noticed these bright colored toothpicks and

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My kids love paint.  They love paint even more when it is messy. One morning I set them up with a large invitation to paint. Tablecloth painting was a hit with both of my older boys!  This is a fun process art project for kids of multiple ages (my

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If you follow along then you know I have been living, breathing, and dreaming apples, lol.  One activity keeps snowballing into another.  The kids are loving them so we just keep on having fun. As the mom to 3 kids  of all different ages, I have to try and come up

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We made Sunflower Playdough in the spring and I had hoped to set up a few more activities for the kids with the same scent.  Time got away from me and we never got around to it.  However, this day was the day to make it happen.  I made

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Pom poms have so many uses and not just for crafting.  All of my kids have loved to drop small items down into bottles or containers. They just can not seem to get enough of it.  My kids are 1-5yr right now.  They all still enjoy doing this.  The

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Be sure to head over to All Things Kids today to see my post on DIY Scented Bubbles and Bubble Wands!!!  It is part of ATK bloggers Fall Series this month.  Do not miss out on all the other fun post shared in the series!              

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We did q-tip or cotton swab paintings a few years ago for Valentine’s Day.  The kids really enjoyed it but we have yet to try it again.  No better time than now, right.  I decided to set them up with some Q-tip Shape Paintings.  A fun way to go

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Super excited to have Katie and Stephanie here today to share with us.  I love this post and the views they share as  speech-language pathologists.  Thanks for sharing with us today!  Hello, friends! We’re Katie of Let’s Grow Speech and Stephanie of Twodaloo, and we are so excited to be

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  We are big playdough fans here at my house.  The older boys never seem to grow tired of it and always enjoy new setups with it.  This day I set them up a classic fine motor playdough activity.  My toddler and preschool both loved it.  It was a

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