under 2 yrs activities
under 2 yrs activities
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Love this fine motor activity.. what a fun idea!
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do a dot letters
Build their fine motor skills
Great for finger work.
fine motor activity. Use tweezers to pick up Pompoms to make caterpillar pics, etc.
fine motor activity pom poms
my guys would love this!!!! Love this fine motor activity.. what a fun idea!
Apples + grapes = cars
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Apple slice cars, another fun snack idea that kids will love.
apple car snacks.
cute snack idea: apple cars
Fun Food For Kids! Snack ideas
Diy fruit cars. Kids snacks. Healthy kids food. School. Kids parties. Play date food.
fluffy bathtub paints made from ivory soap cloud
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fluffy bathtub paint! so fun! plus, this blog has lots of fun ideas for kids crafts!
10 Fun Summer Activities. Dancing Oobleck, Ivory Soap Experiment, Fluffy Bathtub Paint, Pour Painting, Marble Painting, Raised Salt Painting, Shamrock Crystals, Watercolor Crayon Shavings, Road Trip Bingo, & Microwave Puffy Paint.
Neat for kids! BATH PAINT: A bar of microwaved Ivory Soap crumbled Boiling water Blender (I tried a hand mixer, but it just made bubbles and foam. Not what we are going for.) Food coloring Plastic ziploc bags Place 1 cup of crumbled soap into the blender and add a small amount of boiling water. If you add to much water at one time it will bubble, you are going for a creamy texture. Pulse slowly, add more water as needed. Repeat until all the soap bar crumbles are a yogurt like texture.
ivory soap bath tub paints for kids - I did this when my kids were young!
activities for 2 and 3 year old kids.
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Cute preschool blog
Lists other blogs that are good for preschool ideas
Enjoyed the pic ..Sunday school ideas! random
awesome blog with craft ideas for the kids
"Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds": Great blog + good ideas
101 indoor activities to do with your kids!
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101 Fun, Easy, & Cheap Indoor Activities for Kids. (Activities is spelled wrong...can't stand it)
101 indoor activities for kids! Fun ideas to pass those long winter months inside!
101 indoor activities to do with your kids! There is a common saying at my house right now and it is the dreaded words of - "I'm bored." When the freezing temperatures come we usually stay inside, and there is more TV than I would like. So I decided to make a 101 activity list of things to do with my kids. I had a couple of girl friends help me out and this is what we came up with. 101 Fun, Easy, and CHEAP Indoor Activities for Kids 1. Have an indoor picnic. 2. Build a fort out of blankets (use chairs, couches, yarn- anything to hold up the blankets!). 3. Make sock puppets (check out our tutorials for monster puppets and sock puppets!). 4. Finger paint with pudding. 5. Playdough- use rolling pins and cookie cutters. 6. Dance PARTY–dance to your favorite songs. 7. Have a tea party. 8. Read nursery rhymes. 9. Make your own indoor hopscotch with masking tape on carpet/wood. 10. Pedicures. 11. Play school–have the child be the teacher. 12. Make a letter book. Let the kids take a picture of something that starts with each letter of the alphabet. 13. Look at photo albums. 14. Make a movie of yourselves, then watch it. 15. Paint with water colors. 16. Play Barbies. 17. Play with matchbox cars (check out our $5 Rain Gutter Race Track and Car Caddy!). 18. Play board games (my kids love Candy Land!). 19. Color with crayons. Take off the wrapper and see the different ways you can color with them. 20. Make paper bag puppets. 21. Watch a movie and eat popcorn. 22. Go on a treasure hunt. 23. Bake cookies. 24. Play dress-up. 25. Make paper hats. 26. Make a healthy snack. 27. Make a relay race or obstacle course in your house–be creative! 28. Play hide and seek. 29. Indoor snowball fight with socks. 30. Build a fort out of cardboard boxes and duct tape. 31. Make plans and invitations for a party. 32. Play tic-tac-toe. 33. Make your own puzzle out of poster board or cardstock, color and cut it out. 34. Make your own matching game. 35. Swim in the kitchen–put down a tarp, fill up a little kiddie pool with warm water and let them play for hours! 36. Make Valentine's décor. 37. Make a car track all around your house with masking tape. 38. Play "Monster in the Middle." Pillows are “safe” the carpet is the “lava.” Jump from pillow to pillow and if the monster touches you, you are in the middle. 39. Apple stamps. Cut an apple in half horizontal and use it as a stamp using washable paint. 40. Make lacing cards with their favorite cereal boxes. 41. Learn a new song. 42. Create a giant dot-to-dot with poster board. 43. Make homemade Valentine's. 44. Make a necklace with yarn, beads or Fruit Loops. 45. Have a talent show. 46. Cut paper snowflakes. 47. Make a paper countdown chain to Valentine's Day or an upcoming birthday by cutting strips of paper and stapling them together. 48. Hard noodles, Elmer’s glue, and paper… need I say more? 49. Marble racing. Take 2 of your swimming pool water noodles and prop them on the stairs. Race marbles down the middle of them. The hole is a perfect size for a marble. 50. Sculpt clay, let it dry, then paint. 51. Play paper dolls. 52. Write letters to Grandma and Grandpa. 53. Play with magnets. Cut up colorful pipe cleaners into 1 inch pieces, put them in a glass jar, put a magnet to the jar and see what happens! 54. Make an advent calendar for Valentine's Day or an upcoming holiday. 55. Make princess/king crowns (check out our Felt Crown Tutorial!). 56. Manicures. 57. Take silly pictures and e-mail them to Dad/Mom at work or other relatives. 58. Make big cars out of a cardboard box. Have the kids sit inside the boxes, cut holes for their legs and let them use their feet as wheels to move around. 59. Play red-light, green-light. Play this with #58. It is so fun! 60. Toilet paper a room in your house. 61. Make a super hero costume out of household items (check out our No-Sew T-Shirt Cape Tutorial). 62. Pillow pile. Collect all the pillows in your house and jump into them. 63. Dress up in Mom or Dad’s clothes. 64. Plan a date for your child and you (or spouse) that makes them feel special. 65. Cream painting. Put shaving cream and drops of food coloring in a cookie tray and then mix it all around with a paint brush. 66. Make a story book out of paper. Have them make it up and draw the pictures. 67. Watch old family videos. 68. Make and frost sugar cookies (try our delicious Sugar Cookies Recipe!). 69. Make paper airplanes. 70. Toilet paper trail. Give them each a roll and have them make a trail all around the house. 71. Read their favorite book to them. 72. Start a journal. If the child can’t write, have them tell you what to write. 73. Make a time capsule of their favorite things and open it next January. 74. Make flash cards (letters, sounds, addition, etc.). 75. Make homemade paper dolls (Check out these free printable paper dolls!). 76. Make cupcakes and let them do everything themselves. 77. Plan a family vacation. 78. Teach them to sew. 79. Do an exercise video with them. 80. Rearrange the furniture in their room. 81. Hot cocoa bar. Chocolate covered spoons, marshmallows, whipped cream, Andes mints. Get creative! What do you put in your hot cocoa? 82. Make a bird feeder with toilet paper rolls. Put peanut butter on it and roll it in bird seed. Hang it with yarn outside and watch the birds come. 83. Make little pizzas. Use English muffins, tomato sauce, cheese and any toppings you want. Cook at 350 degrees. Watch until cheese melts. 84. Put on a play. 85. Make an Ice Sun Catcher. Take a pie tin and fill it with water, leaves, pine cones, and yarn so it can hang. Then put it outside and let it freeze. When it is frozen, take it out and hang it on a tree. 86. Color the snow. If it isn’t too cold outside, fill squirt bottles with warm water and food coloring. See what designs you can make in the snow. 87. Let them use your makeup to give you a makeover–this one is HILARIOUS! 88. Let them pick and print out coloring pages online–there are TONS! 89. Make a piñata and fill it with yummy (or healthy) treats. 90. Have a campout in the front room… tent and all. 91. Play doctor. We do this a lot at my house! 92. Mummy wrap. Have your kids work together to wrap you, or another child, up in toilet paper. 93. Practice your fire drill. Stop, drop, and roll. What is your plan and your meeting place? 94. Ball toss. Have a few different sized buckets and have kids throw balls into them. For older kids, fill the buckets with water almost to the top. It is a lot harder than it seems. 95. Put lipstick on your kids and have them make a kiss Valentine for Dad or grandparents. 96. Read a book then act out the story. 97. Indoor bowling. Stuff socks into toilet paper rolls and line them up. Roll a ball into them and you have your own bowling alley! 98. Fill up the sink! Add some dish soap, cups, spoons, bowls and anything else that isn't breakable. Just make sure there are a couple of towels under their chairs. 99. Play grocery store with items from your pantry. Let them check out with plastic bags! 100. Take a bath! Put in toys you usually don’t let go in the tub (that are still waterproof) and they will play forever!
Activities for Children Under Two