9 Home activities for toddlers




quoted from Maria Montessori

I really wish Chloe can learning through play, so she can enjoy learning and the process 
she is such a sticky bug sometimes i need her to occupied with things so i could do my house chores and cooking so these activities come in handy 
then i started to google and pinterest for toddler activities ideas thanks to those mama who share theirs so i can follow and improvise to my own version that suit to Chloe age, personality and things she likes! Hope this post help you to keep your toddler busy too...

Materials needed: Assorted beans
What to do: Draw 4 circle on a paper or use different container place one type of beans in each circle or container then mix up the rest of the beans teach your toddler to sort them according to shape and color of the beans! 
Skills learned: Sustained attention, sensory processing, learning how differentiate colors and textures of the ingredient  
Suitable age: As long as your toddler do not simply put stuff in to their mouth need monitoring
Occupied Chloe for: 15 minutes 


 Materials needed: Toilet paper or kitchen tower roll, wrapping paper and pompom from Daiso
What to do: Wrapped the roll with wrapper paper stick it to the wall place a container below. Demo to your toddler how the pom pom fall from the top of the tube to the basket.
Skills learned: Grow motor skill, Understanding directions and coordination
Suitable age: any! 
Occupied Chloe for: 5 minutes 

  Materials needed: Bathtub, Non-toxic Waterbeads from Tickle your senses and some random toys for waterplay
What to do: Soaked your beads beforehand and throw everything in to the filled bathtub. let them pick up the beads into the container and play freely sometimes i will throw some alphabet in for her to find them in the water and ask for some of those she can recognize 
Skills learned: Sensory awareness, muscle strength and listen to instruction
Suitable age: any! but supervision is required
Occupied Chloe for: forever! haha 

 Materials needed: Pompom from Daiso, colorful cup or container with some tools like spoon, scoop or tweezer 
What to do: Mix colorful pompom and teach her sort them accordingly to colors i used different tools everytime i think tweezer is the best that can train her fine motor skill
Skills learned: Motor skill, color knowing and focusing
Suitable age: Toddler 
Occupied Chloe for: 20 minutes 


  Materials needed: Big piece of paper i use manjong paper here, faber castell washable marker
What to do: Draw some items that your child love on the paper and get her to name it then let her draw freely on the paper 
Skills learned: Motor skill, coloring concept
Suitable age: Toddler 
Occupied Chloe for:30 minutes 

 Materials needed:watercolor from IKEA, small hand grip brushes 
What to do: teach her the concept of water painting then let her paint freely
Skills learned: Motor skill, color knowing and focusing
Suitable age: Toddler 
Occupied Chloe for: 30 minutes


 Materials needed: Dropper taobao, 2 container with color water (i use kids friendly paint for the coloring) and 1 empty container to collect 
What to do: demo how to use a dropper, transfer color water to the empty container and see the result after 2 colors mixed together
Skills learned: Fine motor skill, color knowledge 
Suitable age: Toddler 
Occupied Chloe for: 15 minutes


 Materials needed: Rounded label stickers, printed number with circles guide (let me know if you need the template) 
What to do: Stick the stickers according to the guide 
Skills learned: Focusing, number knowledge and fine motor skill
Suitable age: Toddler 
Occupied Chloe for: 5 minutes

 Materials needed: Non-toxic Waterbeads from Tickle your senses , 2 container 1 filled with water and beads, spoon
What to do: Scooping beads to the empty container with the spoon 
Skills learned: Fine motor skill
Suitable age: Toddler 
Occupied Chloe for: 20 minutes 

Keep looking for this post i will try to keep it update
sometimes i'm just too lazy to take a proper photo when we are doing activities, but i will try my best.
Share with me too if you have some fun stuff to do with your toddler! 

2 comments:

  1. Awesome! thanks for sharing

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  2. great post. thank you for sharing!

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