After Christmas I think Easter is probably my kids favourite time of the year and these Easter activities for toddlers are the perfect way to get young kids excited about the holiday and in some cases sneak in some educational stuff along the way! I’ve got tons of fantastic Easter activities for you from sensory bins to paper plate crafts and from making Easter baskets to creating keepsakes, tons of ideas perfect for keeping your little ones busy and happy.
Today I’ve got tons of St Patricks Day activities for toddlers to share with you, over 40 in fact! there’s all sorts of fun ideas in here from sensory bins to printables and from easy numeracy activities to making leprechaun traps – plenty to keep the kids busy.
This easy colour mixing activity for St Patricks Day has lots going for it – it’s easy to set up, you can use it as sensory play for younger kids or as a way to teach colours or mark making to older ones plus it’s mess free – that’s got to be a good thing too!
I’m not someone who asks for a lot for Mothers Day but a lie in and something handmade would always pretty close to the top of my list! I think handmade gifts are a lot nicer than shop bought ones and I know that most kids prefer getting creative to being dragged around a shop as well. Today I’m sharing some Mothers Day crafts for toddlers that will make fantastic gifts and keepsakes as well as Mothers Day cards that toddlers can make, perfect for ensuring a gorgeous handmade day full of lovely presents that will really mean something!
Ok so admittedly as I write this it’s cold and raining outside but as far as I’m concerned that means it’s the perfect time to share these Spring activities for toddlers, firstly because I know that lots of you are planning your activities to get started on soon but also because these activities are so bright and cheerful and we all need more cheerful stuff in our lives!