Best Toddler Activities from 2012

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2012 was a great year for toddler activities it seemed, we’ll see what 2013 brings!

Welcome to 2013!

This week, over a hundred of kid-related bloggers have joined together to showcase their best work of 2012. Which means the best kids activities, whether they’re crafts, art projects, learning activities, baby ideas or toddler activities! It just means there’s going to be a lot of fun kids activities [and other kid-related stuff] shared below so be sure to browse!

I’m sharing our absolute number one post from 2012. It has been, without a doubt, the 50 activities just for your toddler.

And I understand why! Toddlers are such a hard age to do activities with and this is a list of simple and easy activities to do with them. I still come back to this list regularly to spur a new idea to do with George when I don’t have time to brainstorm.

 

Check out the list: 50 Toddler Activities

Best Toddler Activities

In addition to the best post from 2012, the top three activity posts from 2012 are actually included in this toddler activities list as well:

 

What was your favorite post of 2012?

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What would you like to see in 2013?

 

Best Kids Activities of 2012

52 Brand New | Adventures in Mommydom | angeliquefelix.com – The Magic Of Play | At home with Ali | B-Inspired Mama | Blog Me MomBoy Mama Teacher Mama | Busy Kids = Happy Mom | Carrots Are Orange | Caution! Twins at Play | Coffee Cups and Crayons
Confessions of a Montessori Mom | Craft To Art | Creative Family Fun | Creative Kid Snacks | Creative Learning Fun | Creative PlayhouseCreative with Kids | Cute and Peculiar | De tout et de rien: Activités pour le Préscolaire | Dirt And Boogers
Edventures with Kids | Enchanted Homeschooling Mom | The Good Long Road | Frogs and snails and puppy dog tails | Glittering Muffins
Go Kid Yourself | Growing A Jeweled Rose | hands on : as we grow | Here Come the Girls | Home Learning Journey | Housing A Forest
Mama Smiles | In Lieu of Preschool | Inspiration Laboratories | Inspired by Family | It’s A Long Story | JDaniel4′s Mom
Kids Creative Chaos | Kid World Citizen | Kindergarten & Preschool for Parents & Teachers | Kitchen Counter Chronicles
Laughing Kids Learn | Learn with Play at home | Lessons Learnt Journal | Life At The Zoo | Little Artists | Living Life Intentionally
Living Montessori Now Love, Play, Learn | Loving My Nest | Mama Pea Pod | mama miss | Mamas Like Me | Mess For Less
Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas | Momma’s Fun World | Montessori Tidbits | My Buddies and I | My Little Bookcase | My Nearest and Dearest
No Twiddle TwaddleNurtureStore | Octavia and Vicky | One Perfect Day | ourfeminist{play}school | Picklebums | Play Activities
Playdough to Plato | PlayDrMom | playful learners | playing with words 365 | PragmaticMom | Putti’sWorld | RainbowsWithinReach
Rainy Day Mum | Raising Playful Tots | Reading Confetti | Red Ted Art | Royal Baloo | Science Sparks | Scribble Doodle and Draw
Small Potatoes | Smiling like Sunshine | Sun Hats & Wellie Boots | Sun Scholars | Teach Preschool | The Educators’ Spin On It
The Fairy and The FrogThe Freckled Homeschooler | The Golden Gleam | The Imagination Tree | The Iowa Farmer’s Wife
The Outlaw Mom Blog The Pleasantest Thing | This Reading Mama | Toddler Approved | Train Up a Child | True Aim
Two Big Two Little | What Do We Do All Day? | Connecting Family and Seoul

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