Painting With Water is Easy for Toddlers

Painting with water is an easy starter painting activity, great for toddlers

Painting with water was a blast! George has a little thing for water, so I knew he'd get a kick out of this activity. George and I have a great time while Henry is at school most days. We're starting to work many more toddler appropriate activities into our mornings. I really enjoy watching George getting a kick out of these, too! I colored in our chalkboard completely ...

Canned Food Blocks for Toddlers

Simple stacking activity with canned food! Easy blocks for toddlers!

The simplest of blocks for toddlers. After having canned foods out from the older boys' connect the colors activity, Louis woke from his nap to find a pile of canned foods on the floor. He looked at them like they were a new toy to play with! They ended up being a great alternative to blocks. Great for beginner stacking! Louis got right into stacking them up. And knocking ...

34 Edible Sensory Play Ideas For Kids That Put Everything in Their Mouth

30 sensory play ideas for kids (especially babies and toddlers) that put everything in their mouth still.

Sensory activities are a wonderful way for young kids to explore new things. Their senses are their view into the world, its how they learn! Occupying babies can be tough at times because they put everything in their mouth. It's hard when you have older kids around that want to play with little things, such as the Lego craze we're on right now in our house. Louis kind of gets ...

Beginner Connect the Dots for Preschoolers

A beginner version of connect the dots for preschoolers that aren't quite reading numbers yet

George isn't ready for a real connect the dots activity with counting numbers and so on. So I made up a very simple connect the dots for preschoolers like George that's great for those not quite reading their numbers yet. Its simple. Its just dots! He can connect them however he pleases. I used random colors just because. And he connected them all over the ...