This year is the year for George.
Or at least that’s what I keep telling myself.
He’s 16 months right now.
So he still can’t do a lot of the activities that Henry and I get into.
We have a lot of time to ourselves, just the two of us.
Some nice Mommy and Me time.
But we rarely set out to do something.
We just play.
I want to start getting him involved.
Be hands on with him.
I found a few activities from last week’s It’s Playtime to get me started.
[I also have a few bookmarked on my Toddler Activities Board on Pinterest for more inspiration.]
[Dirt and Boogers: Jars and Small Objects]
This is a no brainer!
- What toddler doesn’t constantly get in the bathroom and unroll the toilet paper? Play Create Explore makes it a fun afternoon with a roll of toilet paper.
- George would get a kick out of watching anything roll through a tube! Big D and Me made it huge though! Take a look at their fun with tubes!
- Enjoying the Journey made a very simple edible finger paint with sweetened condensed milk and food coloring! Easy Peasy! And no worries of George putting it in his mouth!
- A little bit more fine motor practice from Creative with Kids… insert the toothpick fine motor activity! [I knew you didn't get enough of them yesterday with the 30 fine motor activities!]
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