Shravanthi Suriyaa

Shravanthi Suriyaa

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Best Active Indoor Activities For Kids | Fun Gross Motor Games and Creative Ideas For Winter (snow days!), Spring (rainy days!) or for when Cabin Fever strikes | Awesome Boredom Busters and Brain Breaks for high energy Toddlers, Preschool and beyond - see

Best Active Indoor Activities For Kids | Fun Gross Motor Games and Creative Ideas For Winter (snow days!), Spring (rainy days!) or for when Cabin Fever strikes | Awesome Boredom Busters and Brain Breaks for high energy Toddlers, Preschool and beyond - see

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Diapers to Diplomas: A mom blog full of simple, fun learning activities for toddlers.

Diapers to Diplomas: A mom blog full of simple, fun learning activities for toddlers.

Colorful Pom Pom Tube drop activity. Great for color matching and fine motor development. They could even use tweezers to pick up and place the pom poms for more fine motor exercise.

Colorful Pom Pom Tube drop activity. Great for color matching and fine motor development. They could even use tweezers to pick up and place the pom poms for more fine motor exercise.

Pom pom drop activity for toddlers is great for developing fine motor skills and an understanding of cause and effect. Simple and fun. Use toilet paper tubes. - Laughing Kids Learn

Pom pom drop activity for toddlers is great for developing fine motor skills and an understanding of cause and effect. Simple and fun. Use toilet paper tubes. - Laughing Kids Learn

There is something about Christmas lights that just makes kids happy. If only they could play with them without the danger of eating them or breaking them! Here’s a solution: Create a DIY light box and let them explore the lights and do a little learning while they are at it. This DIY light box is …

There is something about Christmas lights that just makes kids happy. If only they could play with them without the danger of eating them or breaking them! Here’s a solution: Create a DIY light box and let them explore the lights and do a little learning while they are at it. This DIY light box is …