Fun activities for toddlers are a great way to have fun, and you'll find lots of ideas for free toddler games which you can both enjoy.
My children William and Catherine loved going outside - just have a look at the photo!
The trouble with toddler games is that when you're indoors everything can get a bit on top of you.
The mess, the noise, the state of the carpet - but once you open your door and step outside, take a deep breath and the fun starts here!
You don't need to have a garden to enjoy all sorts of toddler learning activities.
A garden certainly helps, but you can do many of these fun activities for toddlers in the yard, walking up the mall or in your local park.
Also, although all these toddler games are mostly about having fun, your toddler will actually be learning lots at the same time.
When I was homeschooling William and Catherine you'll see from our page on children's learning activities that we found enjoying ourselves was the best way to slip in all sorts of useful facts without noticing!
If you'd like some fun activities for toddlers to do with art, including painting with your feet and blowing through straws, have a look at our page on homeschooling free art activities.
Or you could have a go at more free fun activities for toddlers as you paint fridge magnets and play food by following our homeschool salt dough recipe instructions.
But you don't need paint for your child to enjoy painting! Water is free and can be just as good. Here are three fun homeschool water activities for you to try:
If you'd like something fun to do indoors, try our kids activity making a homeschool Zoo..
A fun way of learning colors is to take your toddler on a homeschool color walk. You could start by showing your toddler something which is the color you'll be hunting for.
As you go up to the mall or out on your walk, see if your child can play games spotting the color. Try free homeschool toddler games like I Spy as you go: "I spy a blue door - can you?
A great way to finish is by coming home and picking out favorite healthy homeschool toddler snacks in a color you've spotted! How about red apple, strawberries and cherry tomatoes?
And, if you'd like some ideas about how to encourage your toddler to be a little less fussy with food, try our page on homeschooling kids activities, and we've got some tips for helping homeschool toddler cooks in activities for 2 Year Olds.
Toddlers love playing homeschooling games like: Can you find it?
I hope your children enjoy these fun activities for toddlers as much as William and Catherine!