Ball Drop I saw this on Pinterest and when we put together a playroom for boy for Christmas, my husband helped me make this ball drop using pvc pipe. I put different colored tape around the top of each to match the colors of the ball pit balls we have, so that we can eventually use this to work on identifying colors too!
A Daily Toy Rotation: Less work. More Play. — CanDo Kiddo
Rotating toys daily sounds like a lot of work. Here's how we've set up a system with minimal effort and maximum fun for our toddler.
Baby and toddler play space using cut up pool noodles and balls - Laughing Kids Learn
Here is a simple baby and toddler play space using cut up pool noodles and balls. It's lot of fun for kids and easy to set up at home.
Make Some Marvelous Maracas!
Although Cinco De Mayo is celebrated in May and Hispanic heritage is highlighted in the USA from September 15 – October 15th, any time of year is great for making and exploring Latin American cultu…
15 of the Best Baby Hacks - The Realistic Mama
Here is a great list of baby hacks to simplify your life! Bringing a new baby home can be overwhelming, of course it doesn’t last like that for long. After having two kids there are few things I’ve learned to make life as a new mom a little easier. What’s amazing about being a new mama...Read More »
PLAY Based Learning on Instagram: “Simple Ball Posting Box for Miss10m ⚽️🏀⚾️🎾 - with (dodgy) holes cut slightly bigger so she can grab the balls back out. Don't forget to…”
621 Likes, 16 Comments - PLAY Based Learning (@acraftyliving) on Instagram: “Simple Ball Posting Box for Miss10m ⚽️🏀⚾️🎾 - with (dodgy) holes cut slightly bigger so she can grab…”
Big art projects are fun but everyday activities are simpler. How many of these 75 activities for 3 year olds have you done with your kids?
Playing with items on a tray. Great start to building fine motor skills.
PLAY IDEA: 7 Fun Ways to Play With Ball-Pit Balls
If you have a toddler in your home, chances are you have at least one bag of '100 plastic balls', hidden away somewhere, probably so you don't have to pick them all up. Now is the time to pull them out and let your toddler have fun with them. My 18 month old absolutely loves these colourful balls, and will play with them all day, every day. They are inexpensive and provide hours of fun, and the clean up isn't THAT bad! Today I am sharing "7 Fun Ways to Play with Ball-Pit Balls... Give it a…
9 superb ways to keep your children busy
As well know, kids are marvellous. They're fascinated by everything they see; they explore the world every second of their lives, and that’s why they need so much attention from their parents.