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Double the Batchfrom Double the Batch

5 Ways to Get Kids to Cooperate More and Fight Less!

5 Ways to Get your Kids to Cooperate more along with family cooperative game ideas!

Mother's Nichefrom Mother's Niche

Indoor Activities For Toddlers

WOW! So many great resources for indoor toddler activities.

My Life and Kidsfrom My Life and Kids

15 Activities to Increase Your Toddler's Attention Span

If you have a toddler, you know that keeping his/her attention on something can be difficult. Check out these 15 fantastic activities to help increase your toddler's attention span! My son loves #4!

B-Inspired Mamafrom B-Inspired Mama

A Car Parking Numbers Game

Number matching car parking - 16 Fun and Easy DIY Kid Crafts and Activities

TGIF - This Grandma is Funfrom TGIF - This Grandma is Fun

Silky Soft Play Dough

Silky Soft Play Dough will keep your kids busy for hours!

Kids Activities Blogfrom Kids Activities Blog

30+ Stuck Inside Games for Kids

30+ Stuck Inside Games for Kids | Kids Activities Blog

HUGE list of activities for ages 1-4. Seriously this mom is amazing! pin now read later

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Toddler Activities - the Best Activities for Toddlers!

Best Kids Activities of 2012 - 50 Toddler Activities!... Come share your best activities from the year too!

The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide: Preschool Activities This is a GREAT site. She has so many clever and easy ways to work with your preschooler and have fun at the same time.

teach mamafrom teach mama

fun sticks-- 150 things for kids to do

fun sticks-- 150 things for kids to do Such a cute idea! I think I might try this with chores to do. Wouldn't it be more fun to just pick a few sticks and be done with the chores. Any thing to make work more fun for my kids so we can get finished and on with the fun stuff!

101+ Kids Outdoor Activities, Crafts, Games, and Ideas for Winter, Spring, Summer & Fall

Help for those long rainy days. :) 1. Play with crepe paper streamers. 2. Make a rain gauge. 3. Teach your kids how to read a radar. 4. Build an indoor fort. 5. Have a movie watching party. 6. Sort through the toys and get rid of the broken ones. 7. Bake cookies. 8. Clean up after baking. 9. Take naps. (This is a good one)