It seems to be the law of small children and wobblers that the moment you are most busy with something important (like driving!) is the exact moment they seem to lose interest in everything. A Busy Bag will help you be prepared for those times when you have to wait at the doctor’s office, hairdresser’s, Grandma’s or a restaurant. The activity should be kept in the car or in the.
Halloween can be a bit too scary and overwhelming for our toddlers and pre-schoolers so it’s important to make light of the scary-themed symbols. Running our ClapHandies PlayLabs gives us a great opportunity to try out activities with our toddlers and hear what works for other parents. Here are some not-so-spooky activities for you to enjoy together. Gooey Play – The gooey squishy insides of pumpkins make a great sensory.
The best things in life are in free, and your own house equals hours of fun! We spend time every day seeking entertainment for the little ones, but sometimes the best toys and distractions available are already in your home. Take a look below for some ideas: Cups & scoops: Great for water play! Put in the bath and practice pouring. Also helps babies and toddlers get used to water.
Get Moving Tips and tricks to help baby become more active! It is never too early to introduce active play to babies. Spending some time every day on play that strengthens and builds tiny muscles, is time well spent, and contributes to growing a healthy and strong little person! Try these ideas below whenever you can: Reach for it: next time baby wants the soother, bottle, teddy bear or book,.
It’s never too soon to share the joy of reading with your child. From the moment they are capable of listening to you, they are able to get enjoyment from storytelling. Try to make a regular reading time with your child as early as you can as this will foster a willingness to read later on and an interest as well. Reading to and with your child is a very.
Treasure basket play (also known as Heuristic Play) has been around for 60 years, it’s probably something you do without knowing, and the general idea is to provide your baby or toddler with a collection of items made from natural materials (as in not bright plastic items) to explore on their own. Treasure basket play is what is known as open ended play, which means that the item being played.