Toddlers are active, curious and funny little people! Finding activities fun and friendly on the wallet for a toddler can sometimes seem difficult. Between the ages of 2 and 4, children are learning new shapes, new colors, playing pretend and testing parents all over the world. Below you will find 7 fun and frugal activities you can enjoy with your toddler!
Play with paint! Tinkerlab has a great idea and it's called Bubble Painting!
Move over Paper Mache.. Make goop! Messy, fun, GOOP! Mossy Mossy has the "dirt" on how to make slimy fun goop!
Hopscotch is a favorite activity that through time NEVER changes. I played hopscotch and i'm certain my children will too. Here are easy to follow instructions on how to make your own hopscotch rug courtesy of Sewing Dork!
Dye Pasta and create collages! Mumma Made It on Blogspot has a great idea for fun with the kiddos! Check it out here.
Go Bowling! Who said bowling had to be played indoors? Here is an outdoor DIY bowling game!
Toddlers love to make handprints… EVERYWHERE! Use this to your advantage and have a fun time. Here is a collection of different handprint crafts for your kids to enjoy with your child.
Want to get really creative & maybe a little bit crazy? Make GIANT Bubbles! Inner Child Fun shows us 1 thing you MUST try this summer with your kids.. and toddlers too!
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