Infants need lots of TLC and care for their basic needs. They’re bodies and mind are growing so quickly! Give your baby a head start with these fun and engaging activities that are fun for you too!
Fun Learning Ideas for Toddlers
Active, curious toddlers are at a wonderful age to begin introducing more organized activities that boost developmental, physical and social growth. Find hundreds of fun ideas and activities for toddlers that encourage discovery and establish the building blocks for future learning.
The activities and ideas shared at Bright Hub Education were developed and vetted by early education professionals, teachers, daycare providers, parents and grandparents. You’ll find tips and advice you can really use, written by those who are committed to the principles of early education, as well as some opinions on the educational system today. Open a dialog with other readers in the comments section, or make suggestions on additional content you would like to see.
The toddler classroom is often the busiest, happiest and noisiest place in a child care center. It is important for teachers to remember that toddlers are not just short preschoolers, but that they require a specialized curriculum and activities that are suited just for them.
Games are one valuable way toddlers process information, build on learned skills and gain new ones. Learn how your toddler develops and how you can help them in the process with a variety of games.
Want some new ideas on teaching toddlers to read? The following activities and ideas that you can use in teaching toddlers to read words make learning fun and engaging.
If you are wondering what gifts to make with your toddler class for upcoming holidays and special occasions check out this article! Your students will have a blast trying these special toddler craft gift ideas and so will you!
Introducing infants and toddlers to board books and read-alouds early will instill a lifelong love of reading. This article includes tips on how to include infant-toddler children’s books in your curriculum as well as a list of appropriate titles in two categories.