My toddler loves to paint so I got him these cute figurines to paint (originally white). I bought these at Micheal's when they were on sale ~ a pack of 2 with mini paints and a paintbrush was only 50 cents! I chose the cat and fish one because my son loves these animals. The whole time he was ... Read More about Cute Figurines to Paint- Cheap Project!
A fun variation to bath time is to put several different items around the house to let your toddler play with. Some examples of what I used are: big plastic storage containers filled with water, a dish sponge, measuring cups & spoons, a spatula, different things to mix with, and a noodle ... Read More about Indoor Water Play
For this project, find anything around the house that you could make a texture painting with: I used a dish sponge, an old mascara wand (washed), and a Q-tip. Some other ideas are: an old toothbrush, feathers, cotton balls, makeup sponges, etc.First, my son sponge painted pink on a piece of ... Read More about Toddler Texture Painting Project
Kneebouncers is a fun site for younger toddlers. There are many different games to choose from and are sure to have your child laughing. Click HERE to go to their website. My one year old's favorite is the Choo Choo Train Game! It teaches cause and effect. He thinks this game is absolutely hilarious ... Read More about Kneebouncer’s Free Online Games
To make this Tie Dye Coffee Filter Butterfly, grab a regular-sized coffee filter and let your child color it with markers. The more it is colored, the better. My son is still in the scribbling stage so I also colored one along with him so he could see the colors blend together more clearly. When we ... Read More about Easy Tie Dye Butterfly Craft for Kids