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Simple and Fun Toddler Activities

Tame any tantrum and keep preschool-aged kids entertained with our easy toddler activity ideas.


Simple and Fun Toddler Activities

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Print out our free alphabet coloring sheets to help your tot learn their ABCs while sparking their creativity.

Learning the alphabet has never been so delicious! Bake mini cookies in the shape of letters and turn baking a learning experience.

We swiped, paused, clicked, and rewound through the electronic jungle picking our the best #apps, movies, and TV specials for toddlers, so you wouldn't have to.

Your tot can become a junior meteorologist and learn more about science by creating a weather window.

These 5 easy paintings and #art prints are perfect for little hands to make.

Encourage cognitive and language development with these fun, everyday learning activities.

Beat winter boredom with these 17 indoor games and activities for families.

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    Great Pretenders

    Adorable photo!

Toddlers can learn about colors digitally with the educational #app Intro to Colors by Montessorium.

These 5 toddler games make it fun to practice listening and following directions.

Getting through the day with an active toddler can put your patience, creativity, and endurance to the test. Keep your child smiling with this huge list of simple, fun activities.

The Egyptians never imagined a pyramid THIS bright and colorful! Click above to browse through and buy our best #toy block sets to help your toddler develop creativity and coordination.

Teach your child about the weather--and how to pick out the right clothes to wear--with this handy chart you can #craft together.

Inspired by the arcade classic Skee-Ball, @FamilyFunMag's Whee Ball game doesn't dispense prize tickets, but it's just as much fun to play--and no tokens required! Click to learn how to craft it at home.

Design themed scavenger hunts for your toddler, such as a "sound" walk or "texture" walk, to put his senses to the test.

Balloon Badminton helps your toddler boost hand-eye coordiation! Click to learn how to craft your own rackets at home.

Create a numbered bottle bowling game to play with your toddler. Each round will encourage counting and basic addition skills!

Transform pictures from your smartphone into a one-of-a-kind DIY photo memory game for your toddler.

Teach your toddler to play our pack-and-dash relay game to pass the time until vacation!

You and your toddler will have a wheely good time crafting @FamilyFunMag’s cool city streets toy!

With the help of a hidden magnet, we show you how to make a ribbon of cassette tape tumble and roll like a desert tumbleweed. #craft

Dye pasta for a cost-effective sorting game for toddlers.

Download and print these free vocabulary cards, then use lettered clothespins to help your toddler practice matching letters and spelling. Genius!

Plastic eggs are the perfect tool to help your toddler practice lower- and uppercase letters!

  • Becky Hall
    Becky Hall

    Maybe also find small objects to go in each egg. That way the child can watch you open them. I know my daughter would love the anticipation of seeing my face when she got that part correct.

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    Katie Graham

    Lindsey Knight-Strickland

Keep toddlers occupied anywhere with this "sew" fun #craft. Make slits in felt shapes and cut a length of ribbon that your child can thread the pieces onto.

Yes, you can recreate this funny face felt activity at home! Try crafting it with your toddler so she can work on hand-eye coordination with a flattened version of Mr. Potato Head.