This animal inspired arts and crafts activity is a fun way to talk about the animals we see and those we might not.
Category: Play Time
Toddlers love to help clean up after a meal by wiping the table. This activity encourages toddlers to develop a routine of cleaning up and gives them a sense of pride byhelping.
This activity will encourage children to think of art and nature at the same time.
This activity is playing a simple ball game with your toddler Play with a ball is s a great way to introduce some physical activity and turn taking.
This is an activity that will inspire children’s curiosity of how food is made.
This activity is a simple game with colours that will make changing clothes fun!
This fun activity develops your baby’s social interaction by listening to a rhyme and waiting for the tickles.
This gentle massage moment provides time for your baby to experience self-awareness, muscle tone, joint flexibility specifically through the arms and hands.
This fun peek-a-boo activity develops your baby’s intellectual ability to realize that objects do not disappear even if they can’t be seen.
This picture book activity encourages your baby to practice their small muscles in the fingers and hands to turn the pages in the book. You will enjoy depicting the photos and your baby will attempt to grasp and hold the picture book to strengthen their fine motor skills.