10+ ideas for keeping Tiny Tots Entertained and Learning

Apr 30, 2013

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Welcome to  TUESDAY TOTS for this week.
Brought to you by Learn with Play at home (us), Rainy Day Mum
Growing a Jeweled Rose and In Lieu of Preschool

This Week:
Learn with Play at home is featuring

7 great posts for Tots
(and sharing 3 of our own to make 10 in total)


These great posts all came from last weeks Tuesday Tots linkup
where we featured Hands-On Number Activities for Kids



FEATURED

With reasonably short attention spans, our littlest friends can be tricky to keep busy, entertained and learning. I find that I need a whole host of easy activity ideas up my sleeve that I can call on at any time.
Here are some great posts for you that should give you a few more ideas for how to keep those Tiny Tots amused!

Click on the Photos to be taken to the Activity


Rainbow Discovery Bottles from Gummy Lump


Baby Collage from Laughing Kids Learn


25 Essential toys for babies from Mums Make Lists


The 101 of Sensory Bins by Suzy Homeschooler


Toddler Tray Sorting Activity by For the Love of Learning


Toddler Star Exploration by Princesses, Pies and Preschool Pizzazz 


Fizzing Sidewalk Paint by Simple Gifts


Congratulations if you were featured and thanks for linking up!  
If you're featured you're welcome to grab a featured button.


Here are a couple of fun activities for Tots from us
(click on the picture to go to the post)

My Sticky Table Garden (Contact Paper Activity) by Learn with Play at home

A whole lot of simple Baby Play Ideas from  Learn with Play at home


sticky easel, contact paper activity,
Contact paper is the perfect material for Tots as the activities are virtually mess free!  from Learn with Play at home

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Now it's your turn to link up your posts for children aged 5 & under. 

You can check back on all the great ideas that are linked up each week starting on a Tuesday.

Maybe next week you will be featured.

(please read the guidelines before linking up)




Happy playing,
Debs :)

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