Color of the day

When you go on outings, have every family member wear T-shirts and ball caps of the same color. source

Rainbow activity

Toddlers love colors. Draw a rainbow on a large piece of paper then ask toddler to find items for each color on the rainbow source

Climbing opportunities

Provide safe opportunities for climbing. Toss sofa cushions on a carpeted floor, or let him loose at a toddler-friendly playground source

Play and language

Play boosts language development. Whether your toddler is talking to a friend, her doll, or even herself source

Plan outings

Plan outings together as a family –preferably with built-in one-to-one time such as picnics, boat rides and walks source

Discoveries during play

Kids make countless discoveries about the world around them through playful explorations. source

Activity: Indoor Basketball

Indoor basketball boosts eye/hand coordination. Get a bucket & some balls of newspaper and try and get the ‘balls’ in the bin source

Sun’s rays

Practicing sun safety means doing your best to stay out of the sun from 10A-4P. That’s when the sun’s rays are strongest Source

Measure up

teach your child to measure. A ruler is the most common measuring tool to make the learning process interesting. Source

Sun screen

Block the sun’s damaging rays with a sunscreen that has an SPF of at least 15 or 30 and offers full-spectrum protection Source

Scavenger hunt

Children are natural investigators & they love to explore. Scavenger hunts can be created or invented on the spot Source


Make going out fun, have every family member wear T-shirts and ball caps of the same color. Source

Weird toddler behavior

Weird toddler behavior such as nose picking, knuckle cracking, and belly-button fiddling are actually quite common. Source

Keep them active

Don’t let toddler spend too much time in strollers, car seats, & high chairs. These keep kids from being active. Source


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Make a crayon tree

Make a crayon tree. Take paper towel roll & scissors to poke holes for a crayons. Then let tot put crayons in holes. –

Make sidewalk paint

Make sidewalk paint! Take equal portions of water and corn starch. Mix well and add a drop of food coloring. –

Visiting a children’s museum

A children’s museum is a great rainy day retreat. These types of museums often has great activities for little kids including water experiments and dinosaur bone digs.

They might even learn something!

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Walk around your neighborhood

There’s many interesting things to do while walking around the neighborhood. You can count the animals and birds you see, count certain colored cars or house, or any number of fun games.

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Walk to the Park

Walk to the Park. The walk alone is enough to keep them busy. When you there, of course they’ll even have more to do. It’s a great time for you to relax a bit and enjoy the day, keeping an eye on them while they bounce from one activity to the other.

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