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  • Amanda Hughes

    I don't like how this says distract, because i don't want to distract Kyler from anything, but there are some good ideas of things to do with him!

  • Janie Hance

    Simple Little Home: 40 Ways to Distract a Toddler (some really good ideas for toddler play)

  • Anna Barnett

    Keeping the little ones busy! Good ideas.

  • Steph DuMond

    I don't like the word distract but these are good ideas to keep toddlers busy and entertained!!!!!

  • Kristin Caudillo

    A few good ideas I haven't seen elsewhere for tot school {40 toddler activities}

  • Samantha Vogel

    Toddler fun!

  • Magen Ross

    KIDS' STUFF, toddlers

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Another pinner said: Really good keep busy ideas for toddlers, Ive never seen most of these. The idea with lids is so smart, a reusable manipulative that you are probably just throwing away anyway!

This quiet book is one from etsy. (sixty dollars) Like the ides in them though. Fun and easy to do.

Busy bag ideas. My favorites: 1. Number magnets with fishing rods 2. Hammer and stickers: Let child put the stickers on a pillow or another soft surface and practice hitting the stickers. 8. Shape Collage Bag: Multicolored paper shapes and a gluestick

My kids got themselves grounded for being late to school, so I thought I would use it to my advantage. I came up with a clever way to get them ungrounded.

2. hammer stickers on soft surface, 6. color match with cars, 8 glue shapes in shape book, 10. sensory boards