If you’re looking for a fun craft for toddlers to learn about bugs and other garden animals, you’ve come to the right place! This toddler bugs craft can be done inside on a rainy day or outside in your backyard where the bugs are. You’ll need to help your toddler with this craft, but they’ll learn about bugs as well as getting some fine motor practice.
Fall is my favorite season! It’s not too hot, there’s pumpkin everything, and it’s the perfect weather to cuddle up and read books with my toddler. Here are a few fall books for toddlers we’re checking out this year!
I had heard of ABCmouse.com before Toot was even born, and I was patiently waiting for her to be old enough to use it. I had assumed it was for preschoolers and school age kids. Then I found out that the suggested starting age is actually two years old! I thought “Can my two-year-old use ABCmouse.com?” I had my doubts that there wouldn’t be much she could handle at such a young age and it wouldn’t be worth it.
So what can a two-year-old do? Is it worth it? Let’s take a look!
Podcasts are one of my favorite forms of free entertainment. I like to listen to a podcast on my way to work or while I’m doing something boring like folding laundry or doing dishes. It helps pass the time without being distracting.
There are so many podcasts out there for pretty much everyone. But what are the best podcasts for moms? I listened to hours and hours of podcasts to bring you a list of my favorites. Here are the top podcasts for pregnancy, motherhood, and just for fun.
Toddlers need some time to unwind and just watch TV like we do. If you’re going to let your baby watch TV, at least some if it is educational. Here are Toot’s favorite shows.
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood was the first show I let Toot watch when she was a baby. I knew that it was a reincarnation of Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood so I figured it would be a good place to start. Little did I know, it wasn’t just going to teach my child about feelings, it was also going to teach me how to be a better parent.