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Water Gun Shoot Out, who would have more fun...grownups or kids?
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Water gun shootout! Fun for a cowboy themed party.
Water Gun Shoot Out, who would have more fun...grownups or kids? @Tracy Huff, party idea
Water Gun Shoot Out, who would have more fun...grownups or kids? Except with air soft or bb's.... Or even nerf guns.
Water Gun Shoot Out, who would have more fun... grownups or kids?
Annual Perkes Family Reunion…
DIY Indoor Ball Toss
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First Birthday Circus Party ideas
First Birthday Party game
Ball Toss- adapt for a great birthday party game
Ball Toss. Would also make a great "rainy day" activity. You could even find tubs or buckets of varying sizes (like nesting bins) for more of a challenge for the older kids (Think Skee-ball).
DIY Indoor Ball Toss and other fun indoor games for rainy or too cold days!
38 Pom Pom Play Ideas - A great collection of fun, creative, and easy activities to occupy your little ones!
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A lot of fun activities! I really like the color tubes, pom pom trees, painting, +
Fun and crafty ideas for using pom-poms
38 Pom Pom Play Ideas - A great collection of fun, creative, and easy activities to occupy your little ones! Toddler play.
How to build a working Lego candy dispenser! Step-by-step instructions.
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SON WOULD LOVE THIS!! How to build a working Lego candy dispenser! Step-by-step instructions.
Build a working candy dispenser out of Legos! Got M&M’s? Or Skittles? Even if you don’t do trick-or-treating, it seems like there is always plenty of candy floating around during this time of the year… Add a little creativity to your kids’ sugar high with this fun Lego project! This Lego candy dispenser uses pieces …
How to Build a Lego Candy Dispenser - This website has a lot of good "boy" crafts
How to Build a DIY Lego Candy Dispenser - Fun project for you and your kiddo / #DIY #Project #Crafty #Kids #Candy #Craft #Lego #Build #Fun
Lego Candy Dispenser - cool Lego craft for kids!
How to Build a Lego Candy Dispenser - Frugal Fun For Boys
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10 Toddler Boy Activities including hot wheel car wash and drive in theater craft!
10 Toddler Boy Activities www.iheartartsncrafts.com #toddlerboy #toddlercrafts -- or in Aiden's case, a tractor wash!
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10 Toddler Boy Activities - A Toddler carwash is such a fun idea!
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40+ Activities for 2 Year Olds (lots of good ideas for all age groups) Here we go Grayson some fun things to do with mom mom!! Praise God
40 activities for two year olds (2 year olds) - courtesy of kids activities blog
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Swim in OODLES of noodles with a Pool Noodle Bath Pit! Simple & frugal fun that lends itself to tons of learning activities. Build, sort, stack, order, graph, pattern, PLAY!
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Swim in OODLES of noodles with a Pool Noodle Bath Pit- cute idea
Can you say bath time at big ma's ....sf Swim in OODLES of noodles with a Pool Noodle Bath Pit! Simple & frugal fun that lends itself to tons of learning activities. Build, sort, stack, order, graph, pattern, PLAY!
pool noodle bath pit | bath activities for kids Don't even have to do it in the tub!! would be a fun rainy day activity with a kiddie pool. no water. like a ball pit.
Swim in OODLES of noodles with a Pool Noodle Bath Pit! Simple & frugal fun that lends itself to tons learning activities. Build, sort, stack, order, graph, pattern, PLAY! Great idea from Growing a Jeweled Rose.
DIY and Craft Idea 694 - Another DIY Idea NOTE IDEA: TURN THIS INTO A GAME
Letting kids LIVE - seriously an awesome list of easy things for kids. about 100 things for a 1-3 yr old child to do!
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Letting kids LIVE - seriously an awesome list of easy activities for kids. about 100 things for a 1-3yo child to do!
Letting kids LIVE - great list of fun things to do. Some of the same on other blogs, but a lot I've never thought to try:)
Bucket loads of kid activity ideas at this blog .... Letting kids LIVE - an awesome list of easy things for kids.
Letting kids LIVE - an awesome list of easy things to do with kids. (About 100 things for a 1-3 year old child to do!)
Letting kids LIVE- big ole' list of toddler activities!! Fun :)
Time out bottles! Water, glue and glitter...shake it up. It takes 5 minutes to settle. Watching it settle relaxes them, and you don't have to set a timer.
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Glitter jars for kids time out
Relax Bottle / Time Out Timer for kids! Made with water bottle, glitter glue, & glitter.
Relax Bottle/Time Out Timer Posted by crazyblessedlife ⋅ October 3, 2011⋅ 698 Comments Filed Under glitter bottle, glitter calm down bottle, glitter time out bottle, glitter time out timer, mind jar, relax bottle, Sensory activities, sensory kids, time out, time out timer, ways to help your child calm down
Time out bottles a.k.a. sensory bottles - I used Elmer's glitter glue, super fine glitter, and a few drops of food coloring.
I need this because I get in a rut! 75 TV Free Activities For Toddlers...So many that are so simple, but we forget
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75 TV Free Activities For Toddlers. Fun things to do with sweet LL Cool Rae? Aw yeah.
75 TV Free Activities for Toddlers - many are no brainers but when you are sleep deprived it's like not having a brain sometimes so these are good reminders when thinking feels impossible :) Hello! If you are new here check out No Time For Flash Cards on Pinterest and join our Facebook community for more great ideas. 75 activities for toddlers Toddlers are little explorers and love going from one activity to the next so the more ideas you have in your back pocket the better. All of these are free of any tv or other screen time but I would be the world’s biggest hypocrite if I said my kids never watched any TV as toddlers. This list of TV free activities for toddler is a way to inspire myself as much as you to try some of these simple activities before reaching for the remote. Cook – we use play food with real pots a lot. Toss bean bags into laundry baskets. Paint with yogurt Splash in the sink. Pour and scoop some pasta. Mix some colors. Get dressed in sibling’s clothes. Turn up the music and dance Cuddle. Play with a water table with water or rice. pasta in the winter. Play with a light table Cut a slot in a container lid and drop dried pasta into it. Play dress up – use old Halloween costumes, clothes and hats. Find out will it sink or float? Blow bubbles. Have a toy car wash. Build a block tower. Knock it down. Write on the walls. Draw on the windows. Go for a swing. Go into a dark room and play with a flash light. Go for a walk . Make a tower out of pantry foods. Sing songs. Gather your dining chairs and play airplane. Help put away the dishes. Have a bath just for fun. Play store. Help with the laundry. Visit the pet store and see the fish and hamsters. Play mail carrier . Run. Brush teeth ( don’t knock it both my kids loved this) Take your baby dolls for a walk around the house. Play trains. Make playdough cupcakes, muffins and cookies. Walk the plank. Wear them while you( parent) hike. Call Grandparents on the phone and chat. Wrestle. Pretend to be animals and crawl, hop and pounce on the floor. Play at the playground. Collect rocks on a walk or shells on the beach. Go to the library. Explore a local garden center. Make playdough sculptures with popscicle sticks. Make a craft. Help with chores. Paint with water. Look through family photos. Hammer golf tees into foam. Color the patio. Have snack on a chair train ( in your kitchen) Make and play with discovery bottles. Play ball in the yard. Play with large magnets on the fridge, cookie sheets or like she is above the washer while mama folded laundry. Play with a dollhouse Color. Touch and Smell the fruits and veggies at the supermarket instead of just grabbing what you need. Play Duplo. Look for bugs under rocks. Rip and cut scrap paper. Do a puzzle. Go swimming. Paint. Paint with toy cars. Paint with blocks. Paint with toy animals. Play with instruments ( or just a big pot and a few wooden spoons). Water your plants. Play peek-a-boo. Go on a color hunt. Take every DVD out of the drawers and put them back in. This is completely child led at our house. Follow their play and see where it leads you. These are the kinds of things I’ll get out for my toddler when I’m trying to get something done with my other kids and we’re all sitting at the same table. They are quiet, quick to grab, not TOO messy and don’t require lots of supervision. 5 Quiet Activities to Entertain Toddlers Stickers Make marks on a piece of paper and show your toddler how to cover them with stickers. 5 Activities for Toddlers to do at the Table Rip and Tear! Give pieces of paper and a bucket and show your toddler how to rip off pieces and put them all in the bucket. I cut mine into strips to make them more tempting to tear up. As I mention in this post about art with toddlers – destruction can be VERY satisfying to kids this age. 5 Quiet Toddler Activities at the Table Contact Paper! Now you’ve got a bucket of paper bits, contact paper is in order! Tape down a piece of contact paper sticky side up. Show your toddler how paper pieces stick to the contact paper and let them take it from there. 5 Simple Toddler Activities Treasures After a quick contact paper art piece we grabbed this collection of boxes for a mini treasure hunt. Use any random assortment of Things That Open. In the smallest bin or bag put something like cotton balls and a few “treasures.” Put all of these containers together and let your toddler figure out how they open as they search for the treasure inside. Once they get at it you can ask them to put it into the different boxes, hide it for you and so on. It’s simple, but toddlers love to tote around treasures – toddlerhood is the ‘Load and Tote Phase‘, and whether they are loading up boxes or bags, this game of hiding treasures is a favorite. Mix it All Up Once you’ve exhausted your supply of quiet toddler activities what can you do? Mix it all up! At the end of this play session (during which I was doing a writing lesson with her big brother) I re-taped the contact paper and asked her if the cotton balls would stick to it too. Then I handed her a pen to see if she wanted to draw on her masterpiece. This gave my older son and I long enough to finish up what we were doing before my toddler reclaimed my attention. More Resources for things to do with toddlers when you’ve got to keep them busy: baby play zero to two16 Materials Perfect for Toddler Busy Play Toddler Activity Cupboard (see the link above for great ideas of what to stock yours with!) Tips for Toddler Play When You’ve Got Something Else To Do My Collaborative Ebook – Zero to Two the Book of Play Does your toddler have a favorite activity for independent play? Let us know in the comments, we can all use more ideas!
A great collection of ideas for making simple and exciting baby and toddler sensory play bottles!
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baby and toddler sensory bottles
The Imagination Tree: Top 10 Baby Play Ideas from 2012
"Baby Sensory Play: Discovery Bottles - The Imagination Tree"
Baby & Toddler Sensory Play: Discovery Bottles | The Imagination Tree
starting at age 3, every year on their birthday you ask the same questions and see how their answers change over the years! Add a pic and make a book out of it. 20 questions* : answered by Morgan @Rebecca Cavagnaro 1. What is your favorite color? 2. What is your favorite toy? 3. What is your favorite fruit? 4. What is your favorite tv show? 5. What is your favorite thing to eat for lunch? 6. What is your favorite outfit? 7. What is your favorite game? 8. What is your favorite snack? 9. What i...
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Annual birthday questions: Starting at age 3, every year on their birthday you ask the same questions and see how their answers change over the years. Add a pic and make a book out of it. 20 questions* : 1. What is your favorite color? 2. What is your favorite toy? 3. What is your favorite fruit? 4. What is your favorite tv show? 5. What is your favorite thing to eat for lunch? 6. What is your favorite outfit? 7. What is your favorite game? 8. What is your favorite snack? 9. What is your favorite animal? 10. What is your favorite song? 11. What is your favorite book? 12. Who is your best friend? 13. What is your favorite cereal? 14. What is your favorite thing to do outside? 15. What is your favorite drink? 16. What is your favorite holiday? 17. What do you like to take to bed with you at night? 18. What is your favorite thing to eat for breakfast? 19. What do you want for dinner on your birthday? 20. What do you want to be when you grow up?
The 25 Coolest Science Experiments for kids!