A collection of activities and things to do with children aged 2-3 years old. Your child might be starting to ask more questions, be able to form short sentences, and understand simple instructions.
Build toddlers' understanding of sentence structure by repeating their sentences back to them.
Try answering a few questions and we'll pick you one of our activities to try with your little one.
Chat with your child while you change their baby brother or sister's nappy.
Why getting ready to go out is a brilliant opportunity to chat with your little ones.
Pretending to do the washing up helps your child learn coordination and communication skills.
Pairing socks together will help your child recognise different colours and patterns.
A great way to introduce colours to your toddler is by making a rainbow out of household objects.
Playing the traffic light game helps your toddler to understand simple instructions.
Encouraging your child to copy your words and actions is a great way for them to build confidence in taking turns.
Playing this hide the toy game is a fun way for your child to learn position words.
Taking turns while talking and playing helps your child to understand conversation and social skills.
Have fun with your toddler hosting a Teddy Bear's Picnic with their favourite toys.
Try pretend role play with your child to help expand their imagination and develop their communication skills.
Playing pretend animals helps boost your child's imagination and communication skills.
Try playing with sock puppets and making up different characters to help build your child's conversation skills.
Blowing bubbles is a fun activity that also teaches your little one how to take turns.
Getting involved with messy play is a great way for your child to develop their language and sensory skills.
Flash cards can help children practise saying the names of their favourite things.
Try using cold teabags to create a unique painting with your toddler.
Drawing faces is a great way to get your toddler talking about facial features and different emotions.
Why talking about sounds with your child is a great way to interact and build their conversation.
How to have great chats with your child about what's outside the window.
Exploring nature and collecting items is a fantastic way of getting your little one to use new words.
Here's a super easy and fun DIY ball run for you and your toddler to try at home.
These binoculars for kids are really easy and you can make from things lying around your home.
Join Gemma Atkinson and Nigel Clarke in the Toddler Club where they get creative exploring imaginary play.
Join Gemma and Nigel in the Toddler Club where they discover lots of ways to introduce numbers into your toddler's play.