Toddler Springtime Learning Activities
Spring has sprung! The flowers are blooming. Now it’s time to get your kids learning with these fun springtime learning activities. The ideas are sure to please your toddler, and you might enjoy them too!
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Spring themed maze
Spring is in the air with this fun maze! Be sure to check out Education.com for more learning fun.
This is a great way to teach your toddler about patience as mazes take time to complete. For younger kids, you might have to help them, but overall a fun learning activity that my daughter enjoyed!
Paining with Acrylics
Learning activities can be as simple as teaching your toddler about colors. What’s nice is that acrylic paint easily washes off so those inevitable messes are a breeze to clean. My daughter just LOVED painting. As she was painting, she would say what she was painting (mom, dad, baby, house, car, etc). Not only that, mom or dad can join in and paint too! It’s a lot more fun when everyone gets involved.
Here’s our finished paintings, because I wanted to join in and paint too!
Spring themed books
Books are more great learning activities for toddlers. Not only does it help build their vocabulary and speech, it also helps children build an imagination! These are a couple of my daughter’s favorite spring time books.
Gardening is the last of these springtime learning activities but is sure to keep your toddler entertained. Amazon has this cool children’s garden kit where you can see things grow that you plant. It comes complete with seeds and transparent planters. All you need is some dirt! Check it out for yourself by clicking the picture below:
Keeping a toddler busy can be a full time job, but these toddler springtime learning activities can certainly help you. Just remember this fun maze, painting with acrylics, spring-themed books, and gardening. Subscribe for more sweet advice from one mom to another.