Colour activities for toddlers
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Are you following us on Pinterest? Thanks to a recent heat wave in Melbourne, we've been having lots of fun playing with ice. The other day I thought I'd combine our love of painting by making some frozen paint cubes for the kids to paint with. I wasn't actually sure how well it'd all turn out, but the results speak for themselves. I've since tested it with a variety of different paints and found that whilst the results vary, they all provide a fun, sensory and unique painting experience…
The Empowered Educator - Toddler Fine Motor Whisk and Sieve!
If your kids are as crazy over Legos as mine are, then this Lego Color Sort activity will be right up their alley!
Hollyann Parkinson saved to Logan :)
It's tough to keep a toddler entertained for longer than a minute. These fun activities, however, are sure to keep your little one engaged.
Katie Hafner saved to My classroom :)
On a mission to get your toddler or preschooler to learn their colours? Check out this great list of genius colour sorting activities!
Kenda Lang saved to art ideas
Feed the caterpillar pom pom drop is a fun twist on the classic pom pom drop activity for toddlers. This is the BEST indoor activity for spring!
Dawn Burkart saved to Daycare decor
I'm a young mother of two beautiful kids (4 years old and 9 months). I want to share with you some ideas : kids activities, toddler games, meals, art and crafts for our little one...
elisa saved to learning and creative rooms
This shaving cream rain clouds experiment is a fun and relatively easy activity to do with kids. You can turn it into a learning session about weather and discuss clouds, rain and storms. Or if they aren’t in a learning mood, you can simply enjoy the colours and experience the different textures and colours you’ll get to make. Either way, it’s fun to do and beautiful to watch!
Diane Barrus saved to Grandkids - Fun!
Did you know that sorting helps your child’s brain development? This is what Curious Neuron says: “Sorting objects by size, shape or colour, is a developmental milestone for cognition (learning, thinking, problem-solving). By age 2, children begin to understand the concept of sorting. By age 4, a child will be able to identify some colours and sort.” If your child is kindergarten age or younger, sorting activities should be a regular in their weekly schedule. You can make your own sorting…
Are you looking for an outdoor activity that entertains kids while also strengthening hands to improve fine motor skills? This colourful fizzing ice cubes experiment is perfect for kids of all ages! This summer we love to spend a lot of time outside. I’m always on the hunt for activities my kiddos will enjoy while … Continue reading "Coloured Ice Cube Surprise: A Baking Soda and Vinegar Experiment"
Laurie Stephens saved to Toddler Play