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  • Michelle Day Borkowski

    101 things to do with your toddler- ideas for a rainy day

  • Hannah Voboril

    Toddler activities-- a lot of good ideas!

  • Kimberly Pedchenko

    Lots of good ideas of fun things to do with the kids

  • Tam Ellis

    101 Things To Do With Your Toddler!! Good Ideas :)

  • Meleana M

    101 things to do with your toddler....Color Blow Bubbles Play Hide-and-Seek Peek-a-Boo Play Chase Do Finger-plays Sing a song Collect rocks in a basket Make an obstacle course out of cushions and/or furniture Make a fort out of cushions and sheets Go for a Walk Make a Car out of a Box Read a book Go to the park Finger-paint Play with Play-Dough Toss Bean bags into a Bucket Play the shell and pea game Dance to music Download games for toddlers from the Internet Practice putting things in and taking things out of boxes and bags Make a temporary slide out of a table leaf and your couch Roll a ball back and forth on the floor Scoop dirt or sand into a child's bucket (or use a serving spoon and bowl) Practice climbing by stacking boxes on top of each other (only with adult supervision) Put on a puppet show Go fishing with a yard stick and yarn Make a Horseshoe game Make a Shape Puzzle Play paper basketball Run through a Sprinkler Play with a bucket of water and a sponge (PLEASE WATCH CHILD AT ALL TIMES!) Make a Drum out of an oatmeal box Play with a kazoo Wash windows together Bang on Pots and Pans with a spoon Brush each other's teeth Play dress-up with stuffed animals and your child's clothes Stack canned or boxed food on top of each other Let child stack mixing bowls inside each other Make a playhouse out of a large box Let child play with a sticker sheet (make sure your child doesn't eat them!) Put stickers on fingers for finger puppets Play a musical instrument together- i.e.recorder, piano, etc. Go on a Smelling Hunt Frost Cookies Plant a flower or vegetable plant together Roll a tennis ball into an empty trash can or bucket Draw on a mirror with dry-erase markers Play hide and seek together- trying to find a stuffed animal or other object Have a splash party together in the bathtub Put a leash on a stuffed animal and walk around the house Record each other on a tape recorder (great for scrapbooks or journals!) Make and try on paper hats Give a piggy-back ride Play "Horsey" Talk into an electric fan (it distorts your voice) Play tug-of-war with a blanket Collect flowers (felt, artificial, real...) Make a camera and go on a Safari Play games with frozen juice lids Disconnect your phone and pretend to make phone calls to relatives Leave your phone connected and really make phone calls to relatives- let your child talk too String large beads onto or along a shoelace Squirt each other with squirt bottles Glue shapes onto paper Make sock puppets Make paper puppets Fill an old purse with toys Use a paper towel tube as a megaphone Make binoculars and go "Bird Watching" or "Stuffed Animal Watching" Put snacks in different fun containers (paper sacks, empty canisters, etc.) Act out a story from a book Walk on a balance beam- use a 2x4 placed on the ground Draw with chalk on the sidewalk Sketch an outline of your child on the sidewalk or paper with chalk Paint child's palms with tempura paint and blot on paper. Makes a great card for loved ones! Put lipstick on child and kiss a mirror Make a puddle on cement and splash barefoot in it Let child decorate and eat an open peanut butter sandwich Make a toilet paper barricade for child to go under, over, or through Do the Hokey Pokey Make a super-hero costume out of household items Do Knee-Bouncing Rhymes Play "Red Light, Green Light" saying "Go" and "Stop" Make a shoe-box train for stuffed animals Make a pillow pile to jump on (keep it clear from any hard surfaces, including walls!) Make an easy puzzle with felt and Velcro Make bracelets or collars for stuffed animals out of pipe cleaners and jingle bells Learn numbers from a deck of cards Play the matching game with a deck of cards Make a domino chain Have a picnic in the park, backyard, or living room! Play dress up in Mommy or Daddy's clothes Make a tin cup telephone and talk to each other in it Make a nature collage Mirror each other Make a "Mummy Mommy" with toilet paper Make a tape recording of short music selections and instructions to move in different ways Make and walk along a toilet paper trail TAKE A NAP!

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