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Looking for amusing spring activities for toddlers? This is
a great time of year to celebrate new life, bright colors
and even rain! Here are some great ideas for springtime fun
that we love here at Baby Mine Store:
1. Duck Duck Goose with Puddles!
This is a springtime spin off the typical child’s game
of Duck Duck Goose. Best with several toddlers or your whole
family. Cut out water-droplet shaped cardboard pieces, or
simple round shapes that look like puddles on the ground,
to avoid having a sharp point. Wrap the cardboard in tin foil,
and you have a shimmery puddle that won’t get anyone
wet or muddy! Once everyone has their own puddle, you can
have better placing for the Duck Duck Goose circle, and a
specific spot for the two runners to reach for!
2. Spring Inside Planting
Cut off some carrot tops and put each one in a dish with some
pebbles. Add just enough water to cover the bottom of the
carrot. Hide the dishes in a place where there is not too
much sun. In just a few days, the carrot tops will begin sprouting
and turn into plants.
Cut two cloud shapes out of white finger-paint paper. Glue
(or staple) around edges except for a small opening. Your
children can stuff it with toilet paper. Dry and hang the
draft with yarn and paper clips. Now you have puffy white
4. Hand Flowers
Trace outlines of your toddler’s hand on paper. Cut
out the hand shapes. Using a pencil, roll the fingers up so
that they curl. Curl the hand shape vertically into a sort
of trumpet/lily shaped cylinder with the finger curls curling
outwards. Staple the flower onto a drinking straw, along with
cutout leaves. With four of five of these, you will have a
5. Furry Bird:
Cut out the shape of a bird and let your children glue feathers
to the bird.
6. Pudding paint!
The materials you will need are: Instant pudding, food coloring,
small containers for pudding, long sheet of bulletin board
paper or heavy craft paper, soap and water.
What you do:
Prepare pudding and tape paper to a table. You can pre mix
the food coloring with the pudding or let your children do
it. Give each child their own container of pudding, then let
them use their fingers to do the rest. Ask your them to draw
a bird, nest, flower or any other springtime shape you can
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