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    Fun projects for toddlers

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    Fun projects for toddlers

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    Mother's Day craft: "I love my mom because..." hand print flower bouquets!

    Awesome activity for a rainy day! Paper plane target practice.

    Your little ones will love making this fun, summer pet. Check out the tutorial for the Paper Plate Turtle via Glued To My Crafts.

    Cute tradition idea; a lollipop garden... have your child plant a handful of jellybeans the night before Easter, and then in the morning they've magically grown into lollipops! Might be a fun twist on the egg hunt?

    Simple fireworks painting idea for kids using DIY toilet paper roll firework stamp.

    10 Sidewalk Chalk Ideas That’ll Keep Kids Enterained for Hours

    Draw a picture with glue, sprinkle salt, dip a paintbrush in water and food coloring and touch it to the will be mesmerized.

    Dinosaur Footprint Crafts for Kids - Fun art project for boys! Doing this next week at our Dinosaur Camp with the grandsons! They will love it!

    I made this with my 2 year old, for a friend who lives far away. Much better than a get well card. My friend has cancer and said this really makes her happy when she looks at it. (Thanks mom for posting this so I could repin it)

    Simple activity to encourage fine motor development, hand eye co-ordination as well as threading and pincer skills.

    crab craft

    Pinkie for Pink: Kid's Summer Art Projects

    Count , glue , and make a super cute snowman craft: White glue around the edges, child puts marshmallows on glue. Can even have them place 5, eat 1, etc. :-)

    Balls and Tubes My Favorite Things For Play and Learning; Motor Skills and Play; Tuesday Cognitive 6.3.B

    Fall leaves crafts!

    Letter walk: walk around the neighborhood looking for letters on signs, and then fold down tab on the plate. // This would make a great car activity too!


    Freeze water in rubber gloves and place in the sensory table. We did this outside when the weather was warm.

    Rainbow bottles - we simply filled the bottles about 3/4 of the way with water, added about 1/2 cup of cooking oil, and then added a few drops of food color. Then we used hot glue to permanently attach the lids so they wouldn’t open up while the children played….add the name of the color to each bottle and put in the science center.

    Learning letters-painting over chalked letters using water.

    cardboard boxes

    Flubber, plus a bunch of other fun crafts

    kid-play-do: Monster Feet DIY #kids #diy

    Gross motor number recognition game kids will LOVE!

    If you can't stand sand like me, swap it out for cornmeal. Saw this at an event today. Awesome idea!