This maze gaze game is a great project that can be easily customized for different learning levels. Mazes can made small or large and made more complex according to what your child is ready for.
Category: Hand-Eye Coordination
This activity makes learning numbers, letters, or colours fun by fishing them out. Children enjoy the element of surprise and when they go fishing they never know what they are going to catch.
This animal craft activity will make using fingers to cut and paste fun!
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.
Your baby will learn to compare different sounds and their qualities (e.g. loud/soft).
This is an activity that will encourage children to strengthen their grasping skills as they use eye droppers to create designs with food colouring.
Making face paint is a simple art towards being someone or something else! You and your toddler can enjoy the special moment together, pretending to be animals, insects or community helpers!
This is an activity that will encourage toddlers to explore cultural clothing and their different styles, fabrics and patterns to support their sense of self. Contrasting themselves is a way toddlers learn to become an individual and appreciate themselves.
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.
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!