Does the weather have you cooped up inside with little ones full of energy? Try one (or lots!) of these great activities to keep your toddlers engaged and (gasp!) even learning.
Rainy Day Activities for Toddlers
No need to head to mountains – or even outdoors – to enjoy a bit of skiing.
Different shapes and colors while using their fine motor skills all adds up to a fun activity for toddlers.
Snack time and play time all in one!
Take the play outside and create special memories with a bit of powdered paint and a little vinegar.
You get the fun of making the craft and the joy of playing the game.
Two words: duvet and fan. You’re welcome.
One bed sheet is all it takes to turn your dining room into a toddler paradise.
Use different cups, bowls, and measuring utensils to fill hours of fun. Practice with water, wheat, rice, or noodles. The options are endless.
Get the older kids involved building the track and everyone will play for hours on end.
Use leftover tape or party crepe streamers to create an obstacle course worthy of MacGyver (then explain MacGyver to your kids).
Give your littles a flashlight and let them guess what animal you’re making. Or you do the guessing; I’m sure their creativity will be hilarious!
Personalize your colors (you can even add smells with essential oils!) then let your kids use cookie cutters and rolling pins to create all day long.
Using different shaped pasta colored your way, your little ones can spend all afternoon sorting them into muffin tins.
Don’t worry about little fingers getting in their mouth with this tasty, safe and non-staining option.