Clip the Color Activity for Toddlers

Clip the Color Toddler Activity

 I have just about every “subset” of young children:  a school-aged child, a preschooler, and a baby.  I don’t currently have a toddler at home, however, but I recently came across these colorful clips at the Dollar General and knew they would make a great (and simple) color activity for toddlers!     This activity is also […]

Pom Pom Drop- Keeping Toddlers Busy

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Guest Post by Nicolette of Powerful Mothering. My 18 month old’s new obsession is to drag one of the plastic chairs rather noisily to the kitchen then stand on it to see what is being done on the kitchen counter. Now, usually I don’t mind at all for her observing and sometimes helping by handing me a […]

Toddler Time: Sorting (and Counting) Ornaments

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Before we go any further, let me preface:  Do not use ornaments that are special or sentimental to you.  And obviously, no glass. Okay, now that we’ve got that out of the way… We used some drum ornaments that I bought for 30 cents each at Dollar General last year after Christmas.   I dumped […]

Toddler Time: Touchy-Feely Activity

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We used lots of items from around the house to talk about sensory descriptors like soft, rough, smooth, sticky, and bumpy.  This would be a perfect activity for older babies and toddlers!   Just be sure you don’t use any items that could potentially be a choking hazard. I just threw the items (shown above) […]