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Top 10 Activities To Keep The Toddlers Busy All Day At Home!


Rainy weekends and upcoming winter months can be challenging for parents trying to keep their toddlers entertained. The good news is, we've got you covered with these top 10 toddler activities to keep them engaged and having fun right at home. These activities not only keep your little one busy but also help develop essential skills and create wonderful memories.



empty water bottle bowling with a soft ball

Gather some soft balls and set up a makeshift bowling alley using empty water bottles as pins. Your toddler will have a blast knocking them down and practicing their coordination.



taped down sensory walk

Create colorful lines or shapes on the floor using painter's tape. Encourage your child to walk, hop, or balance along these lines, enhancing their motor skills and sensory perception.



colored pasta shoestring necklaces






Unleash your child's inner fashionista with this crafty activity. Provide pasta and shoelaces, and let them string together their unique pasta necklaces, improving fine motor skills in the process.



colorful stacked cloud dough

Cloud dough is a fantastic sensory playdough that your toddler will love squishing and molding. It's easy to make with just flour and oil, providing hours of tactile enjoyment.



shaving cream sensory bins







This messy sensory play activity replicates the fun of a snowball fight, even when it's not snowing outside. Shaving cream "snowballs" make for a fantastic, giggly adventure.



hallway spider web game

Set up a sticky tape web on a wall or doorway. Your toddler can toss lightweight items at it, and they'll stick, creating an exciting and hands-on activity.



sensory sink water play

Turn the kitchen sink into an aquatic adventure. Provide small figurines and "fishing" opportunities with a net or spoon. This water play will keep your toddler entertained and teach them about buoyancy.



cardboard box mansion

A simple cardboard box can become a world of possibilities. A house? A car? A condo complex? Let your toddler's imagination run wild as they decorate and transform the box into whatever they can dream up. It's a fantastic way to encourage creativity.



epic pillow fort in living room

Building and defending pillow forts is a classic childhood activity. Gather cushions, blankets, and pillows, and let your child's creativity soar as they create their fortress for hours of imaginative play.



sensory bags taped to table



Create sensory bags filled with hair gel and various items like beads, buttons, or glitter. These bags are a mess-free way for your toddler to explore textures and colors.



** Click on the link for each activity to get more info on how to set up the project in your home from some other very creative mama's!**


While these activities are sure to keep your toddler engaged and entertained, don't forget that the most important thing is to cherish these moments with your little one. The days may feel long, but the years are short. Enjoy the journey of parenthood, create lasting memories, and watch your child grow while having lots of fun along the way.


These activities not only provide entertainment but also contribute to your child's development, so it's a win-win for both you and your toddler. Enjoy these special moments together, and make the most of the time you have at home.




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