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What can baby do?  TONS!  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!)

This dot to dot art challenge for kids is a great way to build concentration and fine motor skills while creating a beautiful artwork.

Dot to Dot Art Challenge for Kids

This dot to dot art challenge for kids is a great way to build concentration and fine motor skills while creating a beautiful artwork.

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Купить Сортёр "учим цвета" - развивающая игрушка, раннее развитие, развивайка, развивающие игры


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Baby Play activities for 6 to 18 month olds Treasure basket, I love it!!

Baby Play Ideas and Activities: 6-18 Months

Baby Play activities for 6 to 18 month olds Treasure basket, I love it!!

Activities for 18 to 24 Months toddlers, a great collection of home made activities and other suggestions.

Fun Simple DO-ABLE Activities for 18 to 24 Month Old Toddlers

Activities for 18 to 24 Months toddlers, a great collection of home made activities and other suggestions.

1 year old activities for busy babies

MOVEMENT MONDAY: GROSS MOTOR PLAY FOR BABIES

1 year old activities for busy babies

Scented Edible No-Cook Fingerpaint Recipe for Babies and Toddlers from Fun at Home with Kids

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

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Over 50 ways to entertain your baby! Creative ideas for first art projects and TONS of ideas for edible (taste-safe) sensory play from Fun at Home with Kids >>> >>> We love this at Little Mashies headquarters littlemashies.com

50+ Creative Activities for Babies

Over 50 ways to entertain your baby! Creative ideas for first art projects and TONS of ideas for edible (taste-safe) sensory play from Fun at Home with Kids >>> >>> We love this at Little Mashies headquarters littlemashies.com

Over 50 ways to entertain your baby!   Creative ideas for first art projects and TONS of ideas for edible (taste-safe) sensory play from Fun at Home with Kids

50+ Creative Activities for Babies

Over 50 ways to entertain your baby! Creative ideas for first art projects and TONS of ideas for edible (taste-safe) sensory play from Fun at Home with Kids

40 ways to keep a toddler busy - probably the best list I've seen...I'm sure I'll be glad I pinned this one day

40 ways to keep a toddler busy - probably the best list I've seen...I'm sure I'll be glad I pinned this one day

Sensory play for Babies

Sensory play for Babies

Цветные ленточки. Развивающая игрушка своими руками

Цветные ленточки. Развивающая игрушка своими руками

What to do with baby all day long

How To Keep Baby Occupied All Day

What to do with baby all day long

Ta-da list instead of a to-do list, schedule with stickers, etc. A fresh look at daily toddler activities!

Ta-da list instead of a to-do list, schedule with stickers, etc. A fresh look at daily toddler activities!

Development of play in babies, oh. so. important.  Here are a ton of activities for baby

Development of play in babies, oh. so. important. Here are a ton of activities for baby

Sensory bag for baby or toddler

Sensory Bag for Baby

Sensory bag for baby or toddler

Apple Sorting Activity Begin by cutting out apple shapes.  In the example shown, four colors of apples were used: red, green, yellow, light green.  Cut a circle from the center of each apple.  Attach the apples to cardboard tubes using clear tapes.  Collect small objects in colors that match the apples.  Invite children to use tongs or tweezers to sort the objects and drop them in to the correct apple.

Apple Sorting Activity Begin by cutting out apple shapes. In the example shown, four colors of apples were used: red, green, yellow, light green. Cut a circle from the center of each apple. Attach the apples to cardboard tubes using clear tapes. Collect small objects in colors that match the apples. Invite children to use tongs or tweezers to sort the objects and drop them in to the correct apple.