Fun with Ice Cubes - great sensory activity for toddlers! And you can talk about how things are cold, hot, they float, melt, change colors...

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Freezing your kids toys in a giant block of ice will keep them outside and entertained for hours! Check out Lauren's blog for directions! #shopko

Ice Painting - fun for a hot day. SO smart

50 fun activities for toddlers

Explore Winter with this Water Beads and Ice Activity for kids. A Fun Winter Science experiment!

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Fill a jar with summer boredom busters (PRINTABLE INCLUDED ON THIS POST). Some of the activities are fun, some of them are not, so before your kids decide to have you entertain them, they really need to decide if its worth it or not! They might get

Baby and toddler safe sensory play for summer - I love how easy this is to set up!

Adorable Tooth Fairy Boxes with poem, all for $1 or less!

Fun DIY Birthday Card

repurposed sweaters made into fun pillows

Quick ideas for PLAYING with your kids. Simple fun when you're out of ideas and all are bored. Fantastic list of ideas!

bath time fun - colored ice cubes - This is a simple way to add a little (more) excitement to the bath time routine. - They love chasing the colors around while they melt.

This is cool :) Cloud Dough - (the stuff at hands on museums) 8 cups flour & 1 cup baby oil. It feels like flour as you run your fingers through it, but it's mold-able. A wonderful sensory activity for children. So cool

Glow in the Dark Flubber Fun

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DEFINITELY doing this one... Fill your ice cube trays with water, adding a drop of food coloring to each section. When frozen, these can be popped out and put in bath water. They’ll have fun “chasing” them around in the tub and trying to grab them before they melt. Yay!

ice painting - super fun summer activity for the kids

Plain Vanilla Mom: Sensory Bottles for Little Ones