Toddler learning activities are all about having fun! Our free homeschool toddlers activities and games are full of ways for your child to explore the world around them.
The wonderful thing about toddlers is that they are learning all the time in all sorts of ways.
COLOR, SHAPE, SPACE AND DIMENSION
Here are all sorts of fun homeschool ways to teach your toddler.
You'll find that games are the best teaching tool, and here's some great suggestions for ones you will enjoy:
But you don't need to BUY building blocks. You can have even more fun making them yourself!
Games with shapes show toddler learning activities in action. At first, toddlers will only really bang things together or put things in and out of a box, but you'll soon see them learning how to build towers and use a box as a pen for their toy homeschool giraffe.
Animals have to be the key to lots of free homeschooling learning activities and games for toddlers. You can learn so much as you have fun!
A few free homeschooling props help. Toddlers are too young to make paper plate animal masks themselves, but I've been amazed how much learning takes place just by watching and our homeschooling masks are easy and fun to make. Have a look at my daughter Catherine's homeschool bird mask and you'll see!
You can see more free homeschooling toddler games, including water painting, going on a color walk and setting off on a homeschool nature hunt.
And you can add math into your toddler learning activities if you come with us to make a homeschool butterfly and play matching games in our free math activity ideas.
And if you'd like some ideas about teaching toddlers reading and writing, try our free free curriculum activities.
Toddler learning activities and games are a perfect way to have fun with your children and encourage them to find out more about the amazing world around them.
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