Use the kitchen to provide little ones with real life sensory experiments.
Establishing a bedtime routine when kids are young is recommended. That is one of the reasons why we love storytelling as a recommended activity!
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Use foam letters to play an alphabet game for letter shape introduction to the youngest learners.
Help your child come to her senses with three guessing games that put hearing, seeing, smelling, and touching to the test.
We love this activity for the bright colors and the non-messy sensory experience!
These ball-based games are perfect for the very young.
Use a Muffin Tin for Early Learning Sorting Games!
This DIY game is loads of fun for little ones because success is delightfully loud.
Use these shaking bottles to engage your child.
Make a clip toy to keep your child busy.
This activity turns into a finished work of art! Using clear contact paper, little ones stick found nature objects in place for a natural masterpiece.
20 Activities for Your 1-Year-Old
Real Life Sensory Experiments
Make Edible Finger Paint
Mix It Up! 3 Storytelling Tips for Bedtime Routines
Color in a Bag
On the Ball Games
Fascinating Finger Play
Play With Shiny Paper
Muffin Tin Fun
Play with Food
Choose Age Appropriate Books
Nursery Rhymes for Tots
Baby's First Game
DIY Shaking Bottle
Make a Clip Toy
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