to help support your child’s learning at home!
Between Kate and Erin the Little Miss Kate Crew is made up of four kids, rangeing from 2 years old all the way up to 10. Kate has Monkey who is 9 , Bear who is 7, and Roo who is 5. Erin only has only kid so far but Thumper at age 2 is definetly a busy toddler who needs to be entertained. These are all activities we have done with our own kids and felt that other parents could benefit from the ideas as we know the chaos of parenting.
We have created the Kids Zone to provide parents with Crafts, Activities and Educational Printables to Keep Your Kids Busy!
Activity Supplies for Toddlers
I have also created a list of Supplies that I feel you should always have on hand to keep Toddlers Busy. While I have been stuck at home recently with Thumper I have realized there are some really important supplies to have on hand to keep her busy all day. Due to recent world situations we are on Day 19 of being at home so we have used many of these activities recently. You can checkout how we have kept busy our our Instagram as I have posted daily photos of #CampMom2020. A great way to store all these toddler materials is in a few plastic drawers!
Having these materials have helped me to stay sane, keep Thumper busy and make it to nap time everyday! On Day 1 I didn’t have all of these materials however through the amazing wizards of online ordering anything I needed I could order online and have them arrive the next day.
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Must Have Materials:
– Crayola Washable Paint
– Crayola Pip Squeaks
– Crayola Colour Wonder Markers & Colouring Book
– Early Learning Painting Kit
– Coloured Construction Paper
– Easel or Banner Paper
– Dot Stickers
Sensory Bin Materials:
Sensory Play is messy, interactive and fun and allows children to explore new textures and materials in a safe environment and encourages your child’s development. Sensory play encourages brain development, language, motor skills, problem solving, and adaptability. You will want to check out our posts on Messy Play.
These are materials that I use ALL the
time to keep Thumper, my 2 year old busy!