This is a creative active activity involving ants, giraffes, fishes, and bunnies that will encourage children to pretend to be different creatures while they explore a variety of actions using body movement.
Reciting the words to this funny little snowman rhyme will build your toddler’s use of word sentences as you share some Nurture, Explore, and Share time together!
Fingerplay can enrich children’s vocabulary, expose them to different sounds, and are a wonderful way for grown ups and children to laugh together and interact.
This train set activity will encourage children to become comfortable in playing with another child or adult and to begin to gain a sense of role play.
This restaurant activity will encourage children to use pretend play to extend social greetings, express affection, and play alongside others.
Action songs are awesome to get toddlers moving around like an elephant. If you don’t know the tune to this action song …just make up your own…they won’t notice. They will be busy having fun, as they enjoy Nurture, Explore, and Share time with you!
You don’t need a backyard to explore planting with your child! Simple tools such as seeds, soil, a spoon and an egg carton lid are all you need to make a little garden grow. Here is a simple Nurture, Explore, and Share activity to help your toddler’s love of gardening start to blossom!
This activity is an on-going learning experience that will encourage your toddler to learn about fuzzy furry animal characteristics (i.e. size, colour, behaviour) as they participate in taking care of a living creature.
This activity is relaxing and promotes imagination in easing the jittery bugs your toddler may be feeling. Bubbles are associated with fun, relaxation, and general pleasure by all ages. The sight of bubbles floating in the air will excite your toddler as they relax and enjoy the outdoors. Toddlers are active beings trying to blow or pop the bubbles is a great way to stimulate both you and your child’s imagination!
This is a creative art activity that will encourage your child to create paint designs on paper with their feet as they dance to music.