Fun For Toddlers
Toddlers are the best! They are full of energy and LOVE to learn. Here you will find tons of fun crafts and activities to keep your toddler active and…
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This week for Fine Motor Fridays I've got a fun St. Patrick's Day Craft for Kids that has bonus Fine Motor Fun added in! This craft had two super easy components to it. They could be done ahead of time by yourself, or together with your child. Both components could also be adapted to materials you have on hand. You could make your own leprechaun puppet and if you have gold coins or gold paper you could use them instead of orange paper coins. Come to Lalymom and see how I did it!
Get the scoop on how to track those pesky leprechauns around the house or classroom! As St. Patrick's Day rolls around every year my kids rabidly obsess over Leprechauns. How can we find one? How can we trap one? How big are they? Will cardboard contain them, or are they magic? If you are on the hunt for a leprechaun, or if someone reading over your shoulder is on the hunt for one, here are some hints on where to find Leprechaun tracks. Come to Lalymom today!
Welcome to another free monthly play calendar! Today's calendar is full of March Activities for Kids! Our handy play calendars are full of themed ideas for each month. Since we're headed into March, this month we have Dr. Seuss Activities for Reach Across America Day to start. You'll also find St. Patrick's Day Ideas as well as Easter activities and Spring themes. Check it out at Lalymom today!
Today it is all about Rainbow Activities! Busy bags are meant to be simple activities you can put together into bags or boxes and just grab one when your child could use something to keep him or her busy…hence the name- Busy Bags! This month since St. Patrick's Day is around the corner, we chose to create busy bags with a Rainbow theme! And look how vibrant and happy they all came out! Find these DIY Rainbow busy bags for preschoolers and toddlers at Lalymom today!
Teaching toddlers at home can be very challenging, but with this tutorial we hope to make life a little easier for you, we’re showing 4 simple and easy ways to make regular play time fun & educational by teaching with cars! With the right Car Play Mat & that stash of Hot Wheels cars you already have, these fun and simple toddler learning activities will have your little ones mastering tons of skills! Pin this + click through now! #imaginativeplay #kidsactivities #hotwheels #kidslearning
This calendar has 29 days of February Activities for Kids. This month's calendar features a great mix of Valentine's Day ideas, a Groundhog Day craft, Indoor boredom busters, crafts and activities. All you have to do is open up the February Play Calendar each day and click the picture of the activity you want to do and it will take you right to the full materials list and tutorial. Easy peasy at Lalymom!
I have some super easy Valentine's Day-themed lightbox or light table activities. This activity utilizes the red option of our remote-controlled multi-colored lightbox. If you don't want to add these lights to yours, you could try using red tissue paper, a red plastic table cloth, or thin red fabric but please pay attention to how close these items are to your light source if your lights heat up at all. Visit Lalymom for more activities today!
Find playful Fine motor skills activities at Lalymom! I have some super simple and super fun writing activities for you today, perfect for Valentine's Day! I thought it would be fun to do a simple Valentine's Day salt tray and I made a quick and easy arrow for our writing utensil. It was pretty easy to set the whole thing up, including making the arrow. I even made a free printable with some easy but fun Valentine's Day-related words if you'd like some writing prompts!
At Lalymom today I have a DIY Juggling Sticks Set. This was not too hard to make and the materials are somewhat flexible, you just have to play around to see what fits. Come over to Lalymom to see what I used, with some other suggestions if you don't have the exact same items. Let's have some juggling fun and start a parade!
As a busy Mum, I am all about preparing a variety of fresh, healthy and fun snacks for my toddler in the morning that will get him through the day. Because toddlers tummies are so unpredictable. Some days they are hungry little hippos, hoovering up body builder sized plates of food. Other days it is flat out food refusal. So I like to prepare for every scenario. Here is some toddler snack inspiration if you are struggling for ideas. Happy snacking!
Welcome to a very special edition of Fine Motor Fridays at Lalymom! Today's fine motor skills activity not only comes with a free printable that goes along with a beloved children's song - I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly! Try this DIY activity with your toddler today. Practice animal names and sounds using recycled items you have at home today.
So we are kind of enamored with Pete the Cat around here at Lalymom. The publisher of Pete the Cat has a page of printable book activities, it's a pin the feet on Pete activity. We printed it and stuck it on some velcro dots to make it reusable! We also created a DIY shoe stamp. Walk over to Lalymom to see these activities!
Well, today we are sharing how we made our own, easy peasy DIY Angry Birds Knock Down Game. I invite you to check out the super simple tutorial to make your own super silly, super squirty Angry Birds Knock Down Game. It would be perfect for an Angry Birds Birthday Party or just a hot day in the backyard! Shoot over to Lalymom to check it out!