Feed the LEGO Monsters: A Sorting and Building Game for Kids - Toddler Approved
Several years ago we created a Feed the Monster game out of a cardboard box that was a hit with my kids. This week for LEGO WEEK we decided to adapt it a bit and use LEGO bricks for "food." Our Feed the LEGO Monsters activity is a simple color sorting and building game for kidsContinue Reading
MPMK Gift Guide: Best Toys for Keeping Kids Active Indoors & Out!
I am such a fan of your website and emails! Thanks for working so hard, especially at Christmas shopping time! Grandparents have scored major points after I forwarded them your lists. -MPMK Reader, Lauren These are awesome! I’ve waited to make Christmas lists until they came out- and now I”ve shared with all my friends. The past two years I’ve used them and the gifts are ALWAYS a hit! -MPMK Reader, Ellen Welcome to the famous MPMK Gift Guides and congrats on finding the most comprehensive…
25 Activities with Lids
Did you know that one of our most Popular Posts is 8 Activites for Kids with Lids? There are all sorts of bright colored lids available. More and more are becoming available on the squeezable pouches
15 Independent Activities for One Year Olds | Imperfect Homemaker
I have been preparing for the coming homeschool year, and it dawned on me that I will have a one year old to keep busy during homeschool hours! He is a busy guy too – always into everything. I went on the hunt for some activities that will be safe for him to do […]
22 Activities For Kids Under 2 - No Time For Flash Cards
Keep your toddler happy and busy with these great activities for kids under 2.
15 (More) Independent Activities for One-Year-Olds | Imperfect Homemaker
My first post on 15 Independent Activities for One-Year-Olds has been the most popular post on Imperfect Homemaker. I figure there must be lots of other moms who are in the same boat that I am and need something that will occupy their little ones for a while! I decided to round up some more […]
TechSurgeons - Access Blocked
35 simple activities for 18 months old and younger including art, sensory ideas, gross and fine motor skills, and imaginative play.
20 Gift Ideas - 1 year olds
Click on the link below each picture to find out where to purchase. 1. Magnetic Shapes http://playathomemom3.blogspot.com/s...
Curriculum - Grade “K1″ - age 1. (This whole blog is super interesting, but this one post describes many ways for 1 year olds to learn and creative ideas to keep it fun!)
Baby Play Ideas and Activities: 6-18 Months - The Imagination Tree
Here is a collection of baby play ideas and activities for 6 to 18 month olds to inspire curiosity, problem solving and good old fashioned play times.
101 Toddler Activities ~ Life Skills by a yearwithmomanddad: Some of the best ways to keep your young child busy is simply by having them do activities that teach them basic life skills. At this age, they will see it as a big game. So it’s fun for them, and they are learning! #Kids #Toddlers #Life_Skills #Play
Sensory Activity: Cool Whip
Well, spring sprang and then left. What was going to be a week of playing in the grass and further developing their walking skills has gone back to staying indoors because the effort to get them a…