If your toddler is anything like mine (and probably most toddlers), it can be hard to fill up a day and find educational toys and activities that keep them busy, without boring them.
Maybe your toddler is getting to an age where you’d like to start trying to teach them things like colors and letters.
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My son just turned two and is really starting to be interested in more developmentally challenging activities that teach him those things. He sees them being talked about in some of the shows he watches (screen time, ahhh) and is starting to get good at matching colors.
I love toys and activities that make learning fun!
So, I’ve come up with a list of some really great educational toys and activities for toddlers that will meet your child where they are developmentally.
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Learning Resources Farmer’s Market Color Sorting Set
Learning Resources All Ready for Toddler Time Activity Set
Toddler Puzzles Set
Geometric Color and Shape Sorting Board Blocks
LeapFrog Learning Friends 100 Words Book
Counting Bears Color Matching Cups
Wooden Fishing Alphabet Game
Melissa & Doug Shape Sorting Cube
Toddler Activity Bundle of Printables
Pages of awesome activities that you can easily print off to keep your toddler busy!
I hope you found this list useful! All these are awesome tools to get your toddler into learning, while still having fun and keeping them entertained.
Remember, you don’t need to make things too complicated! Simple is better.
Enjoy learning with your little one!