Looking for a fun race car craft for your toddler or preschooler? Here’s a fun way to use up toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls and let your kid go crazy with paint or markers. And if you’re working on your scissor skills, cutting the shapes for this craft will help with fine motor skills.
If you have a toddler or a preschooler, you probably sing Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood songs in your sleep. Daniel Tiger is life. When you don’t want to give your little one screen time with Daniel, you can give them Daniel Tiger toys to play with! Here are 15 of the best Daniel Tiger toys that your child will love.
What do you do when your baby or toddler won’t stop crying in the car? It’s hard to calm a baby down while you’re driving. And a crying baby can be very distracting while you’re in traffic. Here are a few ways you can keep your baby or toddler calm in the car and stop the crying.
Paper plates are one of our favorite craft supplies to work with. They’re cheap and easy for toddlers and preschoolers to use. Paper plates make great canvases because they can hold more ink or paint than regular paper. Here is a cute hot air balloon craft you can do with your little one who is interested in everything related to balloons!
One of the best gifts you can give a baby or a toddler is a personalized book with their name in it. They enjoy the story more when they think they’re the main character. And it’s a great way to learn to recognize and spell their name! So if you have a little one with a birthday coming up, there are a bunch of personalized books for babies and toddlers. Here are our top 10 favorites!
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.
We as parents are always trying to keep our babies safe. That’s basically what parenting is all about. Unfortunately, we are humans, and we can forget that our baby is in the backseat of the car when we lock it and walk away. But there are ways you can prevent forgetting your baby in a hot car even if you’re a sleep deprived parent of a newborn.
A lot of time and energy goes into clothing your toddler. From choosing colors, to outgrowing their clothes every 20 minutes, new parents have their plates full with keeping their toddlers clean, comfortable and clothed.
So what do you do when all your toddler doesn’t want to wear clothes at all? How do you deal with a toddler who just wants to be naked?
So what do you do when all of a sudden, the baby doesn’t want to wear any clothes at all? How do you deal with the exhibitionist stage of your toddler?
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.
Teaching your toddler about shapes is as important as learning about colors or numbers. Shapes are everywhere and the foundation for certain mathematics.
But memorizing shape names can be tedious and boring. So here are a few fun ideas for shape activities that will build your toddler’s brain!
Let’s face it, I don’t have time or patience to make any of those toddler meals on Pinterest. My child isn’t going to eat kale or quinoa. I also don’t always want to make a full meal to share with her. So here are my go-to meals for lunch and dinner when I want something fast and easy just for her.
Scavenger hunts are not only fun, they’re educational, too. It’s easy to get creative to make up your own, or modify any of these fun ideas to make it fit for your area and the age of your child.
For older kids you will want to make it harder, and for younger toddlers make the scavenger hunt easy enough to keep them interested while still teaching them important skills.