The Parent of a Toddler?
Parenting a toddler is a lot like riding a roller coaster: it’s fast-paced, it’s scary, it's fun, sometimes you feel like screaming or puking, but most importantly it’s full of ups and downs!More
Is your toddler in the “terrible twos”? Don’t worry, you’re not alone![ayssocial_buttons id="2"]
It can be tricky finding an activity for your toddler while you wait for food at a restaurant. Some toddlers will happily color or quietly play with toys at the table. Others are more prone to boredom and throwing the toys or crayons! Here’s a quick craft you can make and take with you for times like these. The book part of this craft provides your child something to look at while waiting. The suction cup allows you to attach it to the table to hopefully prevent your toddler from throwing it in case of a tantrum! And the best part is, it’s easy for you to make![ayssocial_buttons id="2"]
Looking for an easy Valentine craft? This little art project is simple, and allows toddlers and preschoolers to make beautiful heart Valentines Day cards and art! Scroll below for a list of materials needed, and step-by-step instructions with pictures![ayssocial_buttons id="2"]
Looking for an easy Valentine’s Day craft for your toddler (or preschooler)? This toddler craft valentine will melt your heart![ayssocial_buttons id="2"]
While this simple craft is truly perfect for the holiday of love, it can also makes a great gift idea for Mother’s Day, or Father’s Day as well!
Looking for a fun toddler craft idea that is also useful? This toddler craft on making wrapping paper is useful, plus it’s made from items you probably already have around the house, making it an easy, free craft as well![ayssocial_buttons id="2"]
Looking for an easy toddler art project? This is the perfect little craft idea because it’s simple, fun, and practically free. It’s a great indoor activity to do with your toddler or preschooler, and it’s a cute way to recycle your bubble wrap into beautiful art![ayssocial_buttons id="2"]
Looking for a toddler or preschooler activity using a recycled or reused item? This paper towel roll craft idea is perfect! It’s simple, fun, and a great way to recycle your empty paper towel tubes! With this craft, you transform empty paper towel rolls into the ideal painting tool for young hands to use![ayssocial_buttons id="2"]
Looking for an easy toddler craft idea that is virtually free? Transform your door into an art canvas with this toddler activity using materials you probably already own! Plus, it only takes a few minutes to set this activity up, so you spend less time doing prep work and spend more time being “artistic” with your toddler! This fun art activity is also great for preschoolers and school-aged children! Look below for the materials you’ll need for this easy craft and the directions![ayssocial_buttons id="2"]
Tired of overspending on craft supplies? Try this cheap craft idea! This homemade vase is practically free to make and the perfect craft for kids of all ages, including toddlers and preschoolers! The vase is made from recycled household items, making it a great craft for Earth Day. It’s also ideal for a Mother’s Day present. You could even use this as a craft when learning about the letter “v”. This also makes a great indoor spring or summer activity that can be followed up with a nature walk to pick some flowers![ayssocial_buttons id="2"]
Looking for a great toddler art project? Something your little one can use and learn from over and over again, even as a preschooler? If that’s what you’re looking for, then this craft is perfect! When your child is done with this simple tote bag art project, you can use this bag to teach your toddler about colors, shapes, numbers, letters, and more! There’s a whole page explaining how to use this bag in a fun toddler learning activity when your bag is completed.[ayssocial_buttons id="2"]