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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Toddler Busy Bag Activities Month 3

I'm seriously loving my busy bags and K is having a blast with them too. Here's whats in our bag this month:


1. Sorting objects by colour-red, yellow, green blue.
You can download your own FREE copy of the color sorting printables from Home Grown Hearts.

2. Felt Board: Transportation

3. Velcro box: I added velcro stickers to his animals and placed the other part on the lid of the box. K can practice attaching them and detaching them or transferring into the box and out.

4. Brown Bear Heads and Tails puzzles
You can download your own FREE copy from 1+1+1=1.

5. Paint brushes: Paint the furniture and outdoors with water or using our imaginations.

6. Leap frog farm animal puzzle magnets on baking sheet. K loves these because they  sing and make animal noices.

7. Search & Find Animals Book

8. Ice cube tray, pom poms and tongs to practice transferring/ sorting by colour

9. Foam Letters: sort by colour, name letters, play with in water

10. Shaker: water bottle filled with rice and jingle bells to make music

11. Masking Tape: To tape shapes, numbers and letters on the floor to walk on/ drive cars on. Can also use the tape to make roads of a town and build buildings with his Duplo/ play with his Little People.


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21 comments:

  1. What a fun idea! My little girl would love this!

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  2. I am so glad that I have come across your blog!! We are leaving for Disney World soon, and it's a 12 hour drive. I have been trying to find items to pack to keep the babies busy. I do have a DVD player in the vehicle, but I want something besides movies. Thanks so much! Visiting from Under the Table and Dreaming.

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  3. I have been starting to home preschool my youngest little guy. Something I did not do with the others. I have been combing the internet for ideas and I saw your linky on Sunday Showcase. I am your newest follower. Thank you so much for putting all this information out there. I can't believe it and am busting to dig through your whole site.

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  4. Stopping by from the Cornucopia blog hop, your newest follower!~Lisa

    I am all a twitter about life

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  5. Great ideas! I love your ideas for busy bags. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. So cool! Thanks for linking up to Mad Skills Monday!

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  8. I'm late to the game, but these bags rock! Thanks for the ideas!

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  9. Oh, how I love looking at your busy bags, and I am definitely going to go back and look for those Brown Bear cards :)

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  10. I think I'm going to have to head back and check out the other stuff! What a fun project! Thanks for linking up to Topsy Turvy Tuesday's.

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  11. This is anoter great set of idea. Tape really is a tool moms can't live withouth. We use it a lot.

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  12. So many great ideas on here! Just joined as a follower. :)
    -Jenn
    cleanandscentsible.blogspot.com

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  13. Fun project! Thanks for sharing another great idea on Thrilling Thursdays at Paisley Passions.

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  14. this is a great project! I'm totally going to make one of these for my niece for Christmas!

    Here from tidymom, hope you're having a great weekend!

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  15. I must add the tonging pom pom activity to our 'to try' list. Looks like you have had lots of fun.

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  16. I just love this month's bag activities! thanks so much for sharing this and your other projects on Craft Schooling Sunday! all the best....

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  17. Great ideas - looks like the ingredients for a fun month. Thanks for linking up with the Play Academy! Cathy :)

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  18. What is a good age to start introducing these types of activity bags to kids?

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  19. Love love LOVE #3! I had heard of this a while back but I've been putting it off. You make it look so easy to do. I'll have to put this near the top of my list. Thanks!

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  20. Found your blog through Pinterest! Very creative ideas. Thanks.

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  21. Found your blog through Pinterest. Very creative ideas for toddlers. Thanks

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