Toddler Activities!

Taylor James

Fingerpainting Fun!

Fingerpainting is appropriate for children of ages 1 to 3 years. I found this activity at www.whattoexpect.com. Fingerpainting will address intelluctual development in a child. The supplies needed to fingerpaint will include washable paint and paper.

Playing Dress Up!

Playing dress up is appropriate for children ages 1 to 3 years. I found this activity on www.wvdhhr.org. This activity will encourage physical development in a way of moving around and doing thing on their own. The supplies needed to play dress up will include dress up clothes!

Draw with Sidewalk Chalk!

Drawing with sidewalk chalk is approprite for all children ages 1 and up. I found this actiity at www.wvdhhr.org. Drawing with sidewalk chalk will address physical develpoment with moving and using your limbs. The supplies needed to draw with sidewalk chalk will include chalk and an open area to draw on outdoors.

Go for a Walk!

Going on a walk is approriate for children 2 and up. I found this activity online at www.wvdhhr.org. Going on a walk will encourage physical development in young children. You do not specfically need any supplies to go on a walk together.