When our little ones get moving, we need to keep up! If you’re looking for toddler activities that both you and your busy toddler will enjoy, you’re in luck. We’ve got a wide range of activity ideas below. Check out this list for indoor activities, learning activities, sensory activities, and other toddler-approved fun.

Indoor activities for three-year-olds


When you’ve got a rainy day or other circumstances keeping you inside, you can still keep your 3 year olds moving with fun indoor activities. Here are some ideas to get you started!

Simple Montessori activities for toddlers and preschoolers at home


These Montessori activities for toddlers and preschoolers encourage independence, creativity, and learning through play!

Risky play is for toddlers too


How much do you know about risky play? This article covers the basics: what it is, what it isn’t, and the benefits of risky play for toddlers. Plus, there’s a fun list of toddler-appropriate risky play activities for you to try at home and outdoors.

14 ways to help your toddler with balance and coordination


Toddlers need to develop their balance and coordination to master tasks such as climbing stairs, climbing on furniture, walking, walking on uneven surfaces, leaning over to pick up their toys, feeding themselves, and even sitting with good posture. Here are 14 ways to help your child develop their balance and coordination! Have fun and watch as your toddler’s confidence grows, but we suggest you keep close to your toddler as they start to expand their mobility.

Things to do with your toddler when you’ve got a baby too


Here are a few tips to ease the transition from your toddler being a solo artist to a band member, including loads of things you can do together!

How to make hiking with your toddler easy and fun for everyone


When it comes to hiking with toddlers, most parents think that they’re too young to hike and happiest tucked into a carrier. And yes, I’ll be the first to admit that it’s much easier to hike with my toddler in a carrier. But with a few tips, ideas, and activities, letting your toddler take the lead on your next nature walk will be a fun adventure for both of you.

What’s in a cardboard box? 12 new play ideas for kids


While it may seem like older kids would enjoy this type of play, you’d be amazed at what younger children can do with a cardboard box. Here are 12 ideas to help you turn an empty box into a range of possibilities.

Energy-busting indoor activities for 2-year-olds


If you have an energetic two-year-old at home and need some quick ideas for low-mess energy-busting indoor activities, this article is for you! From obstacle courses to sensory play, you’ll find something for everyone on those long days inside.

Outdoor winter activities for two-year-olds


Going outside in the winter months with a toddler can have its challenges. However, the effort is more than worth it. Fresh air and sunshine help strengthen a toddler’s immune system while active outdoor play is important for healthy growth and development. So, if you’re looking for outdoor winter activities, you’ve come to the right place!

Sensory Scavenger Hunt

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Sensory play is abuzz right now! This fun activity weaves together all seven of your child’s senses. Look for things outdoors to smell, hear, see, touch, and taste and playfully move around to find them with this free printable.