Friday, 2 December 2016

5 Minute Games For Toddlers - Lacing

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Todays 5 Minute Games For Toddlers is Lacing. I could say it is great for hand-eye coordination or fine motor skills and colour recognition but all I shall say is that it takes 5 minutes to make and toddlers love lacing things.

Thursday, 1 December 2016

5 Minute Games For Toddlers - Hide and Seek with Lights


Our third 5 Minute Games For Toddlers is an old favourite Hide-and-Seek. This time with lights.

Wednesday, 30 November 2016

5 Minute Games For Toddlers - Fishing


The second 5 Minute Games For Toddlers is the classic game Fishing. An old favourite and can be made in minutes. If you have older children they will love to make this game too.

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

5 Minute Games For Toddlers - Skittles


Here's my first 5 Minute Games For Toddlers - Skittles.  As the winter gets a grip and the weather forces us indoors it's good to have some games that don't take long to make and will entertain a toddler for more than a minute. I thought I'd share games as I make them as even though many are old favourites when you have a bored toddler it's not always easy to think of the obvious. 

Monday, 28 November 2016

Mud and Music


It's been a wet and cold week so we have spent lots of time indoors. This has meant entertaining a toddler and we have done all the usual painting and drawing but also it has been a week of Mud and Music. Bear found my Christmas bells and was fascinated by them so we sang Jingle Bells, not once, no, but many many times.

Sunday, 27 November 2016

#MySundayPhoto Number 48


#MySundayPhoto Number 48. Gosh I can't believe I have posted a photo every week for 48 weeks! This week we popped into Marks and Spencer to buy me some boots. Bear wandered off with his Grandad and beguiled all the ladies with his smile and cute ways. He was so good even waiting his turn in the traffic jam (queue to you and me).

As we were leaving I noticed he had fallen behind. All I can say is if there is an ampersand then it is put there for toddlers to climb though!


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