Origami is great option to create amazing crafts with just a piece of paper, isn’t it?
Let’s strengthen our hand muscles with rubber bands. Sometimes kitchen is the best play to discover new items for setups.
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.
We piled the stones on top of each other, then we tried to knock down the stones we had arranged with another stone.
We spent energy, strengthened our gross and fine motor skills, set targets, got plenty of oxygen … I can count more skills. It was a completely natural and spontaneous event for us.
These notched popsicle sticks are great for making spiderwebs. At the same time wrapping is great hand exercise.
There are a million ways of creating a color sorting/matching play. My son started to enjoy color sorting activities when he was 2 years old. A few months later we added patterns to the colors. Even though he cannot say the names of colors properly, at least sorting and matching is too much fun for him. I want to add also that rubber bands are great for helping to develop hand muscles. This activity is great for fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination too.
This time we used sponges instead of beads. It has different texture. It is both practical and fun. 💜💜💜 All you have to do is cut the sponge into the pieces and string them with a plastic needle.