Your Toddler

Your Toddler

International / Informative, intellectually stimulating articles from experts in fields related to toddler & child development. Out on Apple's Newsstand soon!
Your Toddler
More ideas from Your Toddler
home daycare decorating ideas for basement | Daycare/Preschool Room, Sorry. I know this isn't a bedroom but I didn ...

home daycare decorating ideas for basement | Daycare/Preschool Room, Sorry. I know this isn't a bedroom but I didn ...

Create a colored tray sorting box.  Go around these house and see what small objects the kids can find that match the color!

Create a colored tray sorting box. Go around these house and see what small objects the kids can find that match the color!

Preschooler busy bag ideas - brilliant - and a busy bag exchange - even more brilliant! From Modern Parents Messy Kids on Rookie Moms

Preschooler busy bag ideas - brilliant - and a busy bag exchange - even more brilliant! From Modern Parents Messy Kids on Rookie Moms

Preschooler busy bag ideas - brilliant - and a busy bag exchange - even more brilliant! From Modern Parents Messy Kids on Rookie Moms

Preschooler busy bag ideas - brilliant - and a busy bag exchange - even more brilliant! From Modern Parents Messy Kids on Rookie Moms

Click. Pray. Love: Toddler Activity #5: Counting with Bowls -    Things you'll need:  Plastic or Styrofoam bowls   Sharpie or Marker   Multiple objects that can fit inside the bowls (we used pom poms from Target's dollar section)

Click. Pray. Love: Toddler Activity #5: Counting with Bowls - Things you'll need: Plastic or Styrofoam bowls Sharpie or Marker Multiple objects that can fit inside the bowls (we used pom poms from Target's dollar section)

Cute halloween math center. I used orange paper cups ($1 for 12 at Walmart) and just drew the faces and numbers on with a Sharpie!! Also, since I teach Pre-K, I used sticks with different numbers of dots instead of addition facts. You could use small plastic flower pots for other times of the year.

Cute halloween math center. I used orange paper cups ($1 for 12 at Walmart) and just drew the faces and numbers on with a Sharpie!! Also, since I teach Pre-K, I used sticks with different numbers of dots instead of addition facts. You could use small plastic flower pots for other times of the year.