Koolaid and yogurt.

Scented Edible No-Cook Fingerpaint Recipe for Babies and Toddlers

Scented Edible No-Cook Fingerpaint Recipe for Babies and Toddlers from Fun at Home with Kids uses plain yogurt and kool-aid or food coloring

What can baby do?  TONS!  Here are over 50 fun activities perfect for young babies (and toddlers too!)

very nice idea ! What can baby do? Here are over 50 fun activities perfect for young babies (and toddlers too!

What can baby do?  TONS!  Here are over 50 fun activities perfect for young babies (and toddlers too!)

very nice idea ! What can baby do? Here are over 50 fun activities perfect for young babies (and toddlers too!

40 Ways to Keep a Toddler Busy

40 Ways to Keep a Toddler Busy.some ideas I havent seen before. I especially like play-dough filled balloons. baby-and-kids

Good idea to keep them occupied.  My daughter loves pulling wipes and tissues out of their boxes

Good idea to keep them occupied. My boy loves pulling wipes and tissues out of their boxes

Bath Snow- 100% tub safe and feels crunchy and cold JUST LIKE SNOW!  No snow this Winter?  Create an indoor snow day in the bath.

Easy to make, ONE ingredient (BAKING SODA+WATER) bath snow for super Winter play. This snow feels just like real snow and is tub safe, allowing kids to play in the snow at bath time, and all while staying warm! Mix it up, put in freezer 30 mins

Fun bath time!!!!!

BEST KID PIN EVER! 100 Things You Can Purchase from the Dollar Tree and Use in Play. this is a GREAT site. i need to visit a dollar tree :) I need to play with my kids more!

15 Independent Activities for One Year Olds: -Texture book, -Peek-a-boo tray from shoe box lid, -Baby play bottle, -Buckle clipping toy, -Treasure basket, -Fabric pull, -Muffin tin/egg carton sorting, -Balls in the box, -Velcro board, -Magnet fun, -Placing objects into a container, -Tactile Exploration Cards, and -Pipe Cleaners in a bottle.

15 Independent Activities for One Year Olds

15 Independent Activities for One Year Olds - Imperfect Homemaker - lots of good ideas in the comment section too - ones I'll actually use (not lots of prep involved)

great idea....my munchkin loves pulling out all the wipes and this would be a great alternative =)

diy wipes toy - reuse a wipes container, fill with fabric pieces, and put numbers/letters on the fabric if you want. It may keep the kiddos from playing with the real wipes.


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