Toddler Activities During Self Isolation
With Covid-19 causing havoc in our lives, I thought I will put this list together for you. Some of these things I already do with Eloise but others are totally new to me! I hope you find them useful 🙂
To make life easier, I have split the activities into age groups ❤
Before you try any of the activities, make sure you are happy with them and your little one is comfortable/confident with the things involved.
2-3 Year Olds
The next time bad weather keeps the grandchildren indoors, try this indoor treasure hunt.
Pick and choose from these clues, or create your own.
Once your child no longer puts items in his or her mouth, you can try out one of these 10 play dough activities for toddlers!
Great fun for kids all ages!
Messy, sensory play at its best! Shaving cream is great for sensory exploration and provides endless opportunities for children to play and discover.
Easy number games for toddlers are a fun way to expose them to number recognition and counting. Playful, hands-on learning for the home!
4-5 Year Olds
Toddlers and pre-schoolers love playing hide and seek. Part of the appeal is they are still internalizing the concept of object permanence.
Face painting is always a hit with kids.
Super heroes, princess, fairies, tigers and cats are all favorites.
Need an easy beginning letter sound review? Check out this free alphabet activity. All you need is the printable, magnetic letters, and a cookie tray.
Teaching kids yoga can be difficult but also really rewarding! Here are a ton of great, solid tips to make yoga fun for your little yogis aged 3-6.
Paper cup phones work by transmitting sound vibrations over a tightly-pulled string. The bottom of the cup is a simple microphone and speaker.
Great science experiments for kids, includes colour mixing with jelly, density activities, measuring and more great science experiments