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    Quiet time bins (list of ideas for what to put in them).

    Quiet Boxes - for the child who no longer naps and for the mother who needs her sanity back.

    Great list of quiet time activities.

    Great little busy games for kids! So smart!

    Tons of fantastic ideas to keep little boys busy. ***Amazing list. I can get overwhelmed with all the ideas on here but this list is all I need. AMAZING. Re-Pin you won't be disappointed.

    40 Ways to Keep a Toddler Busy Oh, I am loving this site!

    The contact paper/construction paper activity was a fail. Joshua just put all the papers on at once. Put I still want to try the pom pom idea (22 months). Toddler time: 5 ways to keep a 1-year-old busy - Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best! No expensive toys needed

    A list of busy box ideas

    Quiet Boxes for Little Ones from Wildflower Ramblings

    This busy bag is perfect for quiet activity for toddlers who like to dump and fill. You get 4 colored cups with matching poms (1/2). The

    54 Mess Free Quiet time activities for preschoolers! Looking for rest time ideas for your 3 year old? Check out all of these ideas for quiet, independent play perfect for little ones who are too big to nap, but still need a rest. www.HowWeeLearn.com

    kids or no kids, these ideas are worth looking at. Ideas for how to replace TV time with something better.

    DIY Portable LEGO Kit with 24 Free Printable Activity Cards from Fun at Home with Kids. Awesome!

    This is great! A list of fantastic fun activities your 3-5 year old will love!

    Good list.

    10 Easy Toddler Activities (that take little to no set up).

    Making one of these for sure! This is a great idea! A pillow case remade...perfect for traveling and naps

    Activities to keep a 1 year old busy while mom is busy.

    Quiet time bins

    Keep active young minds and hands busy with this jam-packed activity kit.

    14 tips for Helping Children Strengthen Emotional Intelligence. Easy stuff, but it can go a long way in terms of setting kids up to manage emotions as an adult.