It is our job to find the most fun way to strengthen our little one’s muscles. I love to prepare activities that I have fun at least as much as my children. 🙂 “Mom, please can I play a little, too?” I like to hear this sentence very much. 🙂
This is one of the first cardboard craft of us. It might be even the first. As you see, it is quite simple to make. :)This is one of the first cardboard craft of us. It might be even the first. As you see, it is quite simple to make. 🙂
Until now we made many different puzzles but this one was inspired by MB’s shirt. MB has a very beautiful mustache collection printed shirt. Puzzles are great for many learning skills and this time our theme is famous mustaches of these famous persons.
You don’t need many resources for practicing colors with your toddler. Usually colorful papers and toys are great for learning colors. You can use whatever you have at home.
You can use any material for line tracing activity. Just draw lines on a cardboard and trace them with stones, sea shells, etc. This time we chose summer theme.
Category: Activities, Age, Cardboards, Fine Motor Skills Activities, Preschooler, Recycling Ideas, Sensory Play Ideas, Toddler
If your kid has just begin to sit, then it is time to prepare a busy bin for him/her. Either you can directly put big toys into a bin for your baby or you can use yarn/rubber bands to wrap the bin to keep the busy moments longer for your toddler. It can be an amazing sibling fun, too.
Category: Activities, Age, Baby, Fine Motor Skills Activities, Hand Strengthening Activities, Sensory Play Ideas, Toddler
Spring is the best time to observe nature and see the new life of plants growing under melting snow. Blossoms always send us positive energy while sending off long and dark winter days. Make a spring craft to welcome spring.
It helps to develop tiny hand muscles and imagination. You can build your own building. All you need is an empty box and some straws. That’s all. 🏦🏨🏡🏢🏠Cut the straws to the size you want, make small cuts in the middle, then insert the cardboards in the straws. It would be better if you use thin cardboard.
Category: Activities, Age, Containers-Boxes, Fine Motor Skills Activities, Hand Strengthening Activities, Popular Posts, Preschooler, Recycling Ideas, School Age, Toddler
Kids really love touching these bubble wraps. Isn’t it fun to blow them up? You can try to make bubble wrap prints and I am sure that you will love trying it again and again.
Category: Activities, Age, Art For Kids, Preschooler, Sensory Play Ideas, Toddler
Printing is always too much fun and there are many printing options. You can use paper rolls, bubble wraps, natural resources, your hands and feet and many things. Have you ever tried bubbles to make lovely prints? It is great breath exercise at the same time. All you need to do is blow out bubbles with a straw and press the paper over the bubbles. But thoroughly admonish your child that he/she should not drink.
Category: Activities, Age, Art For Kids, Preschooler, School Age, Sensory Play Ideas