6 Play & Learn Activities for Toddlers

Feb 19, 2013

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Welcome to  TUESDAY TOTS for this week

This Week:
Learn with Play at home is featuring

Play Activities for Toddlers


From last weeks linky where we featured
6 simple ways for Kids to Get Arty



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This week on Tuesday Tots I found a whole lot of activities that are just perfect for playing and learning with Toddlers.
I've chosen 6 different yet simple, fun ideas that you could play today.
There were other great ideas linked up too and you can see all of them here.






1) Colour Scavenger Hunt. Explore your environment and learn and hunt for colours by Moms Have Questions Too

2) Ice PaintingA great sensory experience and a chance to get creative by Inspiration Laboratories

3) Cutting PlaydoughA great way to practice cutting and fine motor skills for toddlers by Teaching Mama

4) Summer Sensory Tray. I loved this fun and inviting small world play by Nicola on Tuesday

5) Bean Bag FunHere you'll find both a tutorial on how to make your own bean bags as well as a fun gross motor skills game by Craftulate

5) Mini Discovery Bottles. I loved how the toddlers can help make their own sensory discovery bottles and practice fine motor skills at the same time by Organic Inspirations.



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Here are some fun Toddler Play and Learn Activities from us.
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   toddler, kids, activities for kids, fine motor skills, playdoh, pipe cleaners

playdough activity, open ended, sensory activity  

       


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Happy playing,
Debs :)

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8 comments:

  1. Great feature Deb...can't wait to check them out!

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  2. Great activities for little ones! Thanks for featuring us!!

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  3. Thanks so much for featuring my blog!

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  4. Hi there, thanks so much for featuring my Summer sensory tray.

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  5. I love your features! Thanks so much for hosting, I find some great ideas here!! Hope you have a blessed week!

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  6. Thanks for hosting! So many great ideas to discover.

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