Before kids learn to write, they can learn the shapes of their letters.
Try this simple activity to teach kids about texture and shapes.
Use things around the house to stamp patterns from paint.
Make your own Alphabet Phonic Tubs for a fraction of the price you'd pay at a teaching supply store!
This cute craft introduces toddlers to papier-mâché (and to delayed gratification, as the project takes several hours to dry).
The sight of your toddler melting down on the supermarket floor can give a whole new meaning to the phrase "shop 'til you drop." Keep them busy instead with their very own shopping list.
Use this sensory bag to help kids develop fine motor skills that will help them write in the future.
These cute cards are an etiquette lesson, craft project and fine motor activity all rolled into one.
Download this adorable free printable and have your little one match the baby to the dinner food.
This toddler adaptation of musical chairs has all the exhilaration with none of the apprehension of the classic games.
This creative game idea invites younger kids to play around with shapes and colors, and helps to build the skills of pattern recognition and basic geometry.
Get toddlers excited about (or at least interested in) picking up their toys with this easy memory game.
A straw and some wax paper will turn your tots into true forces of nature. (As if they weren't already.)
Turn a pair of rubber gloves into a handful of bath-friendly finger puppets for your toddler.
20 Activities for 3-Year-Olds
Make a Telescope
Milk Carton Houses
Printing with Blocks
Make Alphabet Tubs
Tissue Paper Bowls
Little Helper Grocery Game
Fine Motor Skill Practice
Yarn Laced Note Cards
What's for Dinner?
Tape Shape Sort
Toddler-Friendly Musical Chairs
Mix & Match Tiles
Learning Letter Squirt
Play a Cleanup Game
Wind and Rain Game
Waterproof Puppet Theater
Barrel of Monkey Counting Fun
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