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Race Car Shapes: Printed these out and my son took an immediate interest. He pulls them out at least once a day though they only entertain him for a brief period unless I actively engage in playing with him and talking about the shapes.

Wacky Sacks The only issue with us for these is that the eyes keep falling off. Some of my friends said their older kids (3+) have already broken and ripped these open. Maybe best for the very young crowd.

Toddler busy bags from my busy bag exchange. NEW LINK // second story window

velcro for shapes...The idea for this came from Lapaz Home Learning. To make this activity, you need tongue depressors, stickers, and a pen. quiet activity in the car? or waiting rooms?

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Paint Chip Matching from Teach Beside Me. This one is cool because it's different shades of each color so it's a higher level thinking activity. The clothespins are still hard for Addie to maneuver.

An easy storage idea is a plastic baggy. These puzzles would be great to put in a diaper bag or purse to pull-out when you’re on-the-go and need a quiet activity! Could also add the little magnets to the back for fridge fun.

GENIUS: Put velcro dots on the ends of popsicle sticks. Kids can make letters or shapes over and over again.

Counting Carrots Busy Bag from Second Story Window // Maybe the easiest spring themed busy bag ever. You just need two supplies from the dollar store!

Shapes Unit (free & printable) ***Love the activity Shape in the Bag- discribe the shape that is in the bag.

Hands-on math statements. For the price of a box of craft sticks and some different colored permanent markers the possibilities are endless: spelling words, phonics, sight words, latin. Turn then lengthwise and use them for complete words to make your own a complete a sentence game. I love practical, flexible, and inexpensive!

Pool Noodle Stringing With a little help, A can totally string these and loves doing it (and then taking them off again.) The chunky rope is a great size for her hands.