Sunday Showcase – Toddler Fun!

November 24, 2012

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The Sunday Showcase

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The Showcase is a place to link up child centered blog posts. It’s full of fun ideas and lots of inspiration for activities to do with your children, I just wish I could do all of them! It was started by Bern at Mum to Two Posh lil Divas and Classified: Mom


The Sunday Showcase is now being hosted on FIVE blogs!

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas Here Come the Girls – (me!) Inspiration Laboratories The Iowa Farmer’s Wife Train Up a Child

This means more posts can be featured so make sure you check each of the blogs to see what posts have been chosen.


So without further ado here are my features for the Sunday Showcase. Yay!

The Showcase Features

Taken from last week’s posts

fun activities for toddlers

This week I’m featuring ideas for toddlers. Toddlers get to an age where they need a bit more structured play – not all the time but sometimes, so they don’t get bored and start to cause trouble. These ideas are bound to keep your toddlers enthralled.

Creating roadways from Connecting Family and Seoul 

A super roadway to play with cars. I love this one as it means the children can build their own roadway.

Toddler memory Board from Keeping My Toddler Entertained

A lovely idea for a christmas present – or just as a memory for how your toddler is now.

Toddler Shapes from Blog Me Mom

Toddlers are so curious about the world and absorb everything – especially if it is fun. These colourful shapes on contact paper look so much fun and are such a great way to learn.

Tot School Bugs love diamonds from The Kavanaugh Report

Another shape activity – this time with caterpillars. This would be a great class activity too.

Messy Monday: Sensory Station from Mom Central

Of course toddlers love to get messy! This station is a fun way to play and explore different textures and colours.


Mirror Building from Mrs Mcclennan

Building blocks are great for toddlers. Adding mirrors gives an extra dimension, although you’d have to be careful with younger toddlers.

This week on Here Come the Girls

Snowman Cake Pops

We made some tasty snowman cake pops. The look too cute to eat!

Snowmen cake pops

Snowman Pancakes

We had a practice of Christmas morning breakfast – snowman pancakes. Inspired by our virtual book club book Pancakes for Breakfast.

Snowman pancakes

Christmas Plant Pots

Finally we got out plant pots ready with Christmas hyacinths in them – ready for giving as gifts.

Christmas plant post for kids

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