Etiket: babyfun

Pompom & Whisk
Pompom & Whisk

Have ever tried to use kitchen utensils for creating activities? If not yet, you can start with a whisk for your baby/new toddler. You can put pompoms in a whisk and ask your kid to rescue them. It is great for developing many skills. It can help your baby to be able stay in sitting position longer time. Great for crawling times, too. You can put it a little bit far and ask your baby to catch it.

Pipe Cleaner & Whisk
Pipe Cleaner & Whisk

Have ever tried to use kitchen utensils for creating activities? If not yet, you can start with a whisk for your baby/new toddler. You can tie pipe cleaners simply on a whisk and ask your kid to rescue them. It is great for developing many skills. It can help your baby to be able stay in sitting position longer time. Great for crawling times, too. You can put it a little bit far and ask your baby to catch it.

Busy Bin
Busy Bin

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.

Happy Fingers
Happy Fingers

I know sometimes we need very simple and quick ideas to make our little ones happy. We love puppets and I usually use puppets for singing and reading funny stories to my kids. If you don’t have any puppet you can draw on your fingers funny faces to have fun with your little one. It might be tickly for younger kids.

Peeling Tapes
Peeling Tapes

If your little one is ready to stand up, then it’s time for this activity. It is a great activity to prolong the standing time of the little ones. If your little one is not ready for this, then you can prepare the same activity on the floor, too. My son was 18 month old when we had this activity.

Paper Roll Shakers
Paper Roll Shakers

It is super simple to prepare DIY shakers and too much fun to dance with. Toilet paper rolls work great for these DIY shakers. You can use either washi tape or coloring pens for decorating them. You can fill them with rice, buttons, pasta, bells. etc. You can diversify the filling to get more different sounds. Highly recommended.

Frozen Oobleck
Frozen Oobleck

Have you ever tried to make frozen oobleck? After preparing the oobleck mix, put into the silicone molds and let them stay in the freezer overnight.

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