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At-home Activities

Shape monsters

This is a very simple activity that your toddler will love and is perfect to help them learn how to identify different shapes and colours early on. Cut squares, triangles and circles out of colourful felt pieces...

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At-home Activities

Making toddler goop

Children of all ages love making and playing with goop! Whilst borax is a common ingredient in goop recipes for older children, it can be a concern for some mamas who's little ones love to put things in their mouth...

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At-home Activities

Homemade floam

Floam is a super fun material that can be moulded and shaped like play dough, but is also squishy and gooey like slime. Irresistible to touch...

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At-home Activities

Cloud collage

No matter the weather outside, the cloud collage is a great way to keep your toddler occupied - but also learn about the weather!

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Out and About

Outdoor activities for your toddler

Whether its summer or a warm winter’s day, there is nothing quite like getting out in the sunshine. And children love it too. You might be stumped at what activities you can do with your toddler to keep...

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Learning Ideas

Rainbow rice

A sensory bin is used not only for creative play but for specifically stimulating the senses. For toddlers, along with the tactile sense of touch, sensory rice helps them to work on fine motor control...

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Learning Ideas

Understanding parallel play

Play is a fundamental way children start to learn about the world around them and other social interactions. Through toys, books, arts and crafts, and more they are able to refine motor skills as well as...

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At-home Activities

Playing board games can teach important skills

Playing board games growing up probably seemed like some good ol’ healthy competition between your siblings or merely a fun way to pass the time. But without realising it, you were actually developing some pretty important and necessary life skills.  Board games not only help you bond, but they also help develop your little one mentally and socially in a fun way. Who would’ve thought that all those competitions and rivalries during family game night...

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