THE BEST activities for 1 year olds

30+ {Busy} 1 Year Old Activities

Perfect for a certain almost 1 year old busy boy I know! {Busy} 1 Year Old Activities

Sorting Colors looks like a lot of fun! For Peyton?  Could we use it for other things, too, like letters and/or words?  Hmmm...

Color Toss Activity (with Video!)

Minne-Mama: Color Sorting Toss Activity (with Video!) - Use ball pit balls or bean bags. (I would probably put something around each hole to keep the different colors separate).

Evenwicht, stappen over touwen.

(large motor skill)A fun creative way to build SO many skills (balance, kinestethia, visual motor, self-regulation).

salt tray. Cool idea!

Had when i worked in a preschool and kids love them! I would use colored sand instead of white salt. DIY salt tray with alphabet cards. Easy to make and kids have fun smoothing out the salt after correctly making the letter

Weaving through a rainbow- Fun activity that encourages balance, motor planning, coordination and body awareness. Teacher read “A Rainbow of My Own” by Don Freeman to go with the activity. Great pic as well, can be a group activity

Weaving through a rainbow

Weaving through a rainbow- Fun activity that encourages balance, motor planning, coordination and body awareness. Teacher read “A Rainbow of My Own” by Don Freeman to go with the activity. Talk about colors, body parts, and practicing balance.

Sensory Activities | http://pinterest.com/spartangirl/sensory-activities-for-kids/

Growing A Jeweled Rose: Sensory Play Using ziplock bags to make less messy sensory play.fill the bag with hair gel and glitter

Easy Long Lasting Homemade Playdough! Hands down the BEST homemade play dough there is! Lasts for months and is totally safe for little ones! A must try.  #celebratefamilyvalues #spon

Easy Long Lasting Homemade Playdough

Easy Long Lasting Homemade Playdough ~ Hands down the BEST homemade play dough there is! Lasts for months & is totally safe for little ones!

Awesome for balance and coordination

2 Simple Tape Activities: What to Do with Just Some Lines of Tape

Extra Activities for PreK. 2 Simple Tape Activities: Tape lines on the floor for kids to walk along or blow pom poms along, trying to stay on the line of tape.

Sensory steps

Living Creatively: Sensory Steps - what a great idea for inexpensive sensory play - I hate cutting cardboard, so I think I'll try using paper/plastic plates instead!

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