Painting basic wood blocks with chalkboard paint will provide endless fun and activities for your little one!
This activity board would require a little more time and skill to create, but can you imagine the hours of activity that it would provide for a curious toddler? So awesome!
All you need to make this fun little toy is a popsicle stick, fishing line or floss, and q-tips. Your little archer will love this.
Save money and save the planet by recycling plastic bottles into a colorful homemade bowling set for your kids.
I found this easy and fun idea on Pinterest, just use masking tape to make a car track around the room. Tons of fun!
Even if the weather is not nice enough to actually sail these cute wine cork boats in a river or stream, I think the bathtub would work just as well!
I have seen lots of amazing pictures of DIY play kitchens from cast-off pieces of furniture and I think my kids would like this so much more than their little plastic kitchen. I just need to find an old TV cabinet and get hubs on board with the project!
This is such a perfect action pack for a little guy (or girl) who wants to pretend they can zoom themselves to the moon. Make them this jet pack and let their imagination soar!
So simple, but oh so fun, these jumping cups are easy to make with items you probably have already sitting around your house.
What little kid wouldn't love their very own hide-away tent? With easy to follow instructions, you can have this tent ready for your child in an hour or less.
These fairy dolls are so, so cute! I know my daughter would love them, and I could probably come up with an ide
A fun and easy way for little ones to paint mess free! This kind of reminds me of those magnetic drawing boards, but so much cooler!
I cannot wait until the weather is nice enough outside to set up a Mud Pie Kitchen for my kids. I remember playing in kitchens like these as a child, and I know that it will provide hours of entertainment for my kiddos!
Dress-Up is a favorite pastime at our house, and this cute and easy no-sew tutu is sure to become one of your little girl's favorite things to wear. And maybe not just for dress-up!
My son was sitting on my lap as I was gathering ideas and pictures for this post, and he pointed to this and said, "Mama, I want one of those." This is a cheap and easy magnetic board that is especially great for those with a fridge that isn't magnetic.
Your little one will need play food to go in their play kitchen, so why not make them some super cute felt food? This sandwich could be even easier if you just cut out shapes from the felt, and skip the sewing embellishments.
Such a fun idea to put together a sewing basket for your toddler! This post includes lots of great ideas for activities to include in the basket.
Sure paper airplanes are fun, but your kids will love how well this simple straw plane will soar across the room!
Chalkboard Paint Blocks
Fine Motor Skill Activity Board
Q-tip Bow and Arrows
Plastic Bottle Bowling Set
Easy Car Track
Wine Cork Boats
DIY Play Kitchen
DIY Rocket Jet Pack
DIY Reading Tent
Clothespin Fairy Dolls
Magic Paint Board
Mud Pie Kitchen
Drip Pan Magnetic Board
Felt Play Sandwich
Toddler Sewing Basket
Simple Straw Airplane
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