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.
Exploring nature and collecting items is a fantastic way of getting your little one to use new words.
Try making homemade skittles out of household objects to help improve your child's coordination.
Getting involved with messy play is a great way for your child to develop their language and sensory skills.
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.
Try playing with sock puppets and making up different characters to help build your child's conversation 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 this hide the toy game is a fun way for your child to learn position words.
Ripping up paper is a fun way for your child to develop their hand-eye coordination and learn new words.
Taking turns while talking and playing helps your child to understand conversation and social skills.
Singing songs with actions helps improve your child's coordination and expands their vocabulary.
Jumping like a frog is a fun way for your child to link words and actions together.
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.
Try finger painting with your toddler and talking about shapes, colours, and textures.
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