Activities with toddlers at home? You’ve come to the right place!
I think you’ll agree with me when I say:
It can be REALLY frustrating, with the global pandemic continuing to grow, you’re running out of ideas on how to entertain your toddlers at home.
It’s true, toddlers can be tricky! Possessing a lot of energy and not fully prepared to take learning lessons, children at this age are active, always searching for fun activities to keep themselves occupied.
Actually, there is a list of interesting indoor activities you can do with your toddlers at home.
More than just having fun, toddlers learn while playing
“Play is so important to optimal child development that it has been recognized by the United Nations High Commission for Human Rights as a right of every child.”
When children are very young, their way of exploring and learning the world around them is to play.
99 fun (yet easy) indoor activities to do with your toddlers!
Toddlers are always so energetic, what to do?
Well, hang in there, here comes the list of 99 indoor activities! Let’s click to find out.
Tips for you during games
Nothing can replace your company when it comes to improving your toddlers’ abilities. So be there for them! If they ask you to play with them, jump at the opportunity.
But how to make the most of the playtime with your toddlers?
Here are some tips for you:
3.1 Encourage them
Your babies are easily distracted, which makes it difficult for them to concentrate on one thing for even 5 minutes.
So, talk to them occasionally to keep their spirits up! This way, it is more likely for them to keep going on for a while. If it goes well, they may accomplish one task by themselves!
3.2 Provide just enough help
Whenever your toddlers are in trouble, they will be happy and satisfied to receive help from you.
After all, they are just small babies. But it doesn’t mean they want to be told what to do or have you doing it all.
3.3 Be their partner
In some games, it takes two persons to finish the task, which makes you the perfect playmate for your toddlers.
Otherwise, they may end up feeling both sad and frustrated, which is the last thing you want to see.
3.4 Cautionary tips
Remember, it is always important to pay attention to your children’s safety.
- Always check out the space beforehand. Do not leave anything sharp on the table, like a pair of scissors or a knife. Your babies could seriously get injured.
- Always keep an eye on your babies during playtime, because they may have something in the mouth. Your babies may choke on it.
So be careful!
Playing with your toddlers can be joyful, but also exhausting, especially when you have no choice but to stay at home these days.
But remember, play is a critical part of your children’s development. So let us be creative and have fun with those little ones at your sweet home.
Now I’d like to hear from you:
Which game from today’s post are you going to try first?
Or maybe you have other amazing activity to share with us.
Anyway, let me know by leaving a quick comment below!