Do your kids have a serious case of cabin fever? All of the cold, rainy weather during the past few months has meant my son and I have played inside more than outside. Next time the cold rain and snow drives you indoors, grab some Christmas lights and an old cardboard box to make this cook box of stars fort from I Thought of It Second! She shares how she made this cool indoor activity plus two more ideas for bored toddlers.
My 19-month-old is just starting to learn his colors, and I’ve been looking for some ways to help him learn but keep things fun. Color sorting and other color games are a great way to help your toddler learn about colors without making it feel like a chore.
This upcycling project is blowing my mind. This milk bottle igloo took five days to construct, according to Viral Nova. It’s made with layers of milk cartons that they used as the base for ice “bricks.” They used snow as the grout. It’s amazing, and if you make one, please tell me about it!
Are spring’s showers giving you and your kids a little bit of cabin fever? This awesome shadow puppet theater is the perfect remedy for the rainy day blues. Valerie at Inner Child Fun created this super simple project from an old cardboard box, and her girls love it! Not only will your kiddos have a great time playing shadow puppets, they can help you create the theater, too. And you know your kids love a toy double if they helped make it.
Did April showers just bring May showers where you are? If you’re living with an energetic toddler, being stuck inside all day is no fun for anyone. Try these cheap and free rainy day activities to keep your toddler entertained and maybe even buy yourself a break to drink a cup of coffee.