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The best toddler activities that are mess-free, perfect for indoors and that are also super easy for busy moms and fun for toddlers. These are my favorite ways to tire out my energetic toddler (and prevent her from climbing all over the furniture!).
The Best St Patricks Day Activities for Kids | Fun St. Paddy's Crafts, Festive Food and Snacks, Books, Leprechaun tricks and traps, plus more brilliant ideas to celebrate with shamrocks and rainbows galore! Great ideas for toddlers, preschoolers and up. For the full list visit www.whatmomslove.com
Learn how to make a busy box for toddlers. These boxes are easy to customize and perfect for keeping toddlers occupied at a restaurant, on a plane, while mom is nursing and more!
HANDPRINT RAINBOW PAINTING is a fun sensory art experience for kids. Get hands-on with paints and explore colour mixing and blending! A creative painting idea for St Patrick's Day and weather study themes.
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DIY Sand & Water Tables Kids LOVE! Every backyard should have at least one outdoor play space for kids. Sand and water tables are a great way for kids to have fun while staying cool in the backyard. They are primarily used for sensory play, but they can also be used for learning activities, science projects, and pretend or imaginative play. This article contains both do it yourself and ready-made options.
Calm down sensory bottles are used for portable no mess safe sensory play for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers, to calm an anxious child, to help children learn to meditate, and as a "time out" timer for kids. This article includes links to resources available to help learn more about their uses and how to make DIY sensory bottles. #learntomeditate