Toddler crafts and activities can be short, and sometimes hard to come by. We’ve been home for more than three weeks with a 2nd grader and a 3-year-old. The 2nd grader has assignments coming in, so it’s easier to keep him busy and learning throughout the day. My youngest has been a tad harder. I do have a worksheet or two for her, and my husband has purchased a packet of activities through Teachers Pay Teachers – my daughter LOVES worksheets, apparently! – but having a longer list of toddler crafts and activities is nice to have on hand.
I also fully realize my 3-year-old isn’t technically a toddler, but these still apply to her age.
Simple Science for Toddlers from Kori at Home
Painting with Pot Scrubbers from My Bored Toddler
Shape Puzzles Busy Bag from Teach Me Mommy
Edible Play Dough Dairy Free Recipe from Look We’re Learning
Painting Big with Toddlers from Adventure in a Box
Coffee Filter Crafts for Kids: Coffee Filter Sun Craft from Look We’re Learning
Cardboard Box Decorating from Clare’s Little Tots
Nature craft collage: boy and girl head printable from Mother Natured
Puffy Planets Craft from Thimble and Twig
Baby Bird Plastic Egg Shakers Craft for Kids from Buggy and Buddy
Watermelon Fizzy Sensory Science Play from Natural Beach Living
Bubble Snake Blower from Messy Little Monster
Toilet Paper Roll Flowers Craft from The Best Ideas Are For Kids
Lego Ice Play from Crafts on Sea
Birdseed Ornaments from Crafts by Amanda
Learning Shapes With a Geoboard from Something 2 Offer
Shape Sorting Invitation to Play from Stir the Wonder
Window Shape Matching from Powerful Mothering
DIY Pom-Pom and Craft Stick Matching Game from Natural Beach Living
Nuts & Bolts Busy Bag from Preschool Powol Packets
Color Matching Nature Walk from Fantastic Fun and Learning
DIY Beach Play Sand from Look We’re Learning
Button Practice Felt Flowers from Twitchetts
DIY Button Snake from Apple Green Cottage
Flower Sensory Bin for Kids from Adventure in a Box
Also, I want to take a moment to mention the classes on Craftsy. This is only $2.49 for a YEAR subscription! I’ve used Craftsy in some manner since 2013 and they offer classes for all ages – and all interests.
What are you working on with your little ones right now?