Toddlers and preschoolers are busy little people. They are exploding with development as they gain new cognitive and motor skills at rapid speeds. One day they are walking, the next they are jumping, running and climbing.
What kind of toddler activities keep these little ones happy, busy, moving, and developing? We have some great ideas in this edition of Movement Monday. Check them out:
THE KAVANAUGH REPORT || Nicole put together this great round-up of ideas for encouraging gross motor play for the older toddler. She focused on toys that would work indoors and out, last a long time, and provide challenges to many different muscle groups. You are sure to find something fun for your child here!
TEACHING 2 & 3 YEAR OLDS || Music is motivating at any age! And you don’t need to have instruments to create it! Use your voice, pop in a CD, bang a pot. Try out these 10 ideas to combine music and movement.
THE INSPIRED TREEHOUSE || Looking to burn up some of that 2 and 3-year-old energy while working on the gross motor skills they’ll need as they grow and develop? Here is a list of 10 great gross motor ideas for 2 and 3-year-olds.
What does your 2 or 3-year-old LOVE to do to move their whole body? Share your idea with us on our Facebook page today!
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