Who said learning can’t be colorful and fun? It’s playtime! Dive into our vibrant food coloring activities for toddlers and watch them learn about colors in the most amusing ways. These easy and engaging activities will keep them busy and stimulated. Let your little ones’ creativity shine! Plus, grab these free cute food coloring pages printable (40 pages), all kawaii-style! You’ll leave with amazing food coloring crafts to do and a free printable for coloring with your tot! Win-win!
As a parent, nothing is more worrying than seeing your toddler with a fever and not knowing the cause. Fortunately, fever is one of the body’s ways of fighting germs and is often harmless. If your toddler has a fever but no other symptoms, there are some ways to help ease the temperature and make him or her more comfortable. Read more for toddler fever remedies and tips on how to help ease your toddler’s fever when no other symptoms are present.
Toddlers and preschoolers are expressive little things. And they come packaged with all the emotions. The thing is, they don’t understand many of these emotions themselves. By reading this book All About Feelings, you little guy or gal will have a clearer understanding from this book about feelings for kids.
Help move along the development of your toddler and preschooler’s critical and logical thinking skills with Timberdoodle’s Day & Night game. This brain game starts out easy and progresses into more challenging cards to mirror as the cards move on. Read all about Day & Night and how I use it with my toddler.