Perfect Board Games for 2 Year Olds

Perfect Board Games for 2 Year Olds

Are you looking for board games for 2 year olds that are fun and yet still educational? Finding the right board games for your tiny family member is so important. Around 2 years old your little one finally possesses the most basic skills needed for epic game night...

Free Printable Alphabet Chart For Letter and Sound Recognition

Free Printable Alphabet Chart For Letter and Sound Recognition

Children as young as 2 can start recognizing the letters of the alphabet. This makes an alphabet chart extremely helpful for toddlers through kindergarteners. I created a printable abc chart that was going to be available in my Teaching Littles shop, but decided to...

15 Best Montessori Toys for 1 Year Old Toddlers

15 Best Montessori Toys for 1 Year Old Toddlers

More parents than ever are switching to Montessori toys with their children because they help your child develop their needed skills rather than mindless playing. If you have a toddler, you'll want to grab some Montessori toys for 1 year old toddlers. Montessori toys...

22 Quiet Games for Kids of All Ages

22 Quiet Games for Kids of All Ages

All parents and teachers need some quiet games that their kids can play. Most of the time, being quiet is not an easy task for little kids. If you're working from home or just need a moment alone, having games that your kids can play quietly keeps your kids quiet,...

How to Make Simple DIY Glitter Sensory Bottles

How to Make Simple DIY Glitter Sensory Bottles

Sensory bottles can be a calming experience for your little one. They're great for babies, toddlers, preschoolers or any child who loves visually stimulating objects. The great thing is you don't have to buy them! Instead, you can save money and make them yourself at...

10 Books to Teach Your Toddler About Diversity and Equality

10 Books to Teach Your Toddler About Diversity and Equality

Children can start noticing differences in the appearance of others at a very young age as they typically gravitate to others who look like mom, dad, or people that they see regularly. Teaching children about cultural and racial differences should also start from a...

18 Tips to Get Your Baby or Toddler Walking

18 Tips to Get Your Baby or Toddler Walking

It's been so much fun watching your baby learn and grow this past year. You’ve already seen them go from babbling and starting to sit up on their own to crawling all over the house and getting into anything and everything. If your baby is getting...

25 Awesome Backyard Activities for Toddlers

25 Awesome Backyard Activities for Toddlers

Are you looking for a great way to entertain your toddler in your own backyard? Whether you have a small backyard or plenty of space to run, you need to know a few backyard activities for toddlers to keep your children entertained. I always look for easy outdoor...

What to Teach an 18 Month Old: 14 Skills to Develop

What to Teach an 18 Month Old: 14 Skills to Develop

As your baby develops into a toddler, you want to make sure you focus on all the best things to teach an 18 month old. From working on simple words to language skills, your 18-month-old-toddler is entering a busy developmental stage. Parents of toddlers need to hang...

21 Best Books for 1-Year-Olds You Need on Your Bookshelf

21 Best Books for 1-Year-Olds You Need on Your Bookshelf

Reading is one of the best things that you can do with your children throughout their lives. It's never too early or too late to start reading to your little one. Finding new books that pique their interest is key to making reading an enjoyable and fun part of their...

How to Teach Toddler to Read: Building Early Reading Skills

How to Teach Toddler to Read: Building Early Reading Skills

Do you have a little bookworm who loves reading? You might decide you want to learn how to teach toddler to read, but is that possible? Is it too early to teach your toddler to read? Toddlers, kids between one and three years old, are typically unable to read, but...

13 Potty Training Printables for Success

13 Potty Training Printables for Success

Potty training is one of the most exciting milestones for parents - hurray for no diapers! - but it's a journey to get to that point. One of the best tricks to help parents is to use potty training printables to keep track of your child's progress and offer rewards...

8 Ideas for Teaching Body Parts to Toddlers

8 Ideas for Teaching Body Parts to Toddlers

One important milestone for toddlers is learning their body parts. It's adorable when your child starts to point to their eyes and nose; it's an important skill and part of their language development. Parents can find so many options for teaching body parts to...

23 Fun and Simple Fall Activities for Toddlers

23 Fun and Simple Fall Activities for Toddlers

Keeping your toddler busy while stuck at home can be a struggle, but there are ways to both occupy them while helping their little minds to grow and learn. Now that fall is here, it's time to start teaching your little one about the new fall sights, sounds, and...

Teaching Shapes to Toddlers: 13 Fun Ideas to Get Started

Teaching Shapes to Toddlers: 13 Fun Ideas to Get Started

Toddlers are always learning, and when your toddler is around two-years-old, it's time to start teaching shapes to toddlers. My toddlers always love to learn shapes, and with so many fun activities, you'll find plenty of ways to teach your toddlers all the shapes....

14+ Simple Activities to Teach Toddlers the Alphabet

14+ Simple Activities to Teach Toddlers the Alphabet

Learning the ABCs is the foundation of reading and writing and something that you'll want to start teaching your child early on. Teaching toddlers the alphabet can often seem like a daunting task because you'll want to create a strong foundation to build on for higher...

14 Activities for 14-Month-Old to Develop Skills and Senses

14 Activities for 14-Month-Old to Develop Skills and Senses

Your 14-month-old is entering an amazing phase of development; you'll see all kinds of new cognitive and motor developments in the coming weeks. Parents want to offer activities for 14-month-old toddlers that support their mind and movement development. This is the...

10 Clever Ways to Teach Your Toddler How to Share

10 Clever Ways to Teach Your Toddler How to Share

There are so many lessons that our toddlers need to learn: from basic life skills like potty training and sleeping in a “big kid” bed, to physical skills like jumping and running, and emotional skills like regulating emotions or sharing with others. At a family...

31 Fun and Simple Sticker Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers

31 Fun and Simple Sticker Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Stickers are a very versatile and fun way to incorporate fine motor skill practice into daily activities for your toddlers and preschoolers! My kiddos love stickers and I often find them on the wall and in different places around the house (good thing they aren't too...

Summer Bucket List for Kids in 2021

Summer Bucket List for Kids in 2021

Summer is nearly here! That means it is time for water parks, hiking, swimming, camping, and more. With all your amazing ideas to complete with your kids this summer, you may be looking for a way to keep all those ideas organized. Summer is all about fun and you don't...