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Turn a rainy day into a chance for kids 1 to 3 to learn through play―indoors.
It’s raining, it’s pouring, but staying inside doesn’t have to be boring―just bring the fun indoors! In The Rainy Day Toddler Activity Book, you’ll find more than 100 toddler activities designed to inspire learning and make sure that grey skies never put a damper on having fun.
Watch your toddler exercise fine motor skills with the Magical Starry Sky or create Emotion Spoon Puppets to bolster language development. No matter what appeals to your little one, every idea in this toddler activity book provides an opportunity to practice key developmental milestones. With handy labels that allow you to select activities based on skills learned, prep time, and activity time, you’ll always have a game plan for how to spend the day.
The Rainy Day Toddler Activity Book includes:
- 100+ Educational Activities―Combine fun and important skills like problem solving, social-emotional development, creativity, and more with this toddler activity book.
- Handy Icons―Pick activities based on the skills learned, prep or activity time, and level of messiness.
- Low or No Mess―Keep clean-up to a minimum with low or no mess activities designed for small and large spaces alike.
Even if skies are cloudy, fun indoor learning can still brighten your day with the The Rainy Day Toddler Activity Book.
From the Publisher
Try This: Sticky Stained Glass Window
Skills learned: Colors, Creativity, Fine Motor Skills, Sensory Development | Prep Time: 5 Minutes | Activity Time: 20 Minutes
Sticky contact paper makes this toddler art activity easy and low mess.
Prep: Tape a large rectangle of contact paper, sticky side facing you, onto a window within your child’s reach.
1. Encourage your child to make lines on the contact paper by sticking on pieces of yarn.
2. Have him or her fill the sticky spaces around the lines with tissue paper.
3. Help him or her identify the colors and notice the sunlight shining through, like a stained glass window.
4. Want to keep it afterward? Remove it from the window and place another piece of clear sticky contact paper on it to sandwich the yarn and paper art inside.
Clear contact paper
Black yarn, in various short lengths
Tissue paper squares, in various colors