Babies under 3 that is. Let's not forget our littles babies and younger toddlers!
1. Eton House International has a online resource page for young preschoolers from 18 months onwards. Some activities seems okay for young babies, too. It is even scheduled according to weeks and days! Wow!
2. As quoted from busytoddler.com, a taby is “not a baby anymore, but definitely not a toddler”. She has made a list of activities that are suitable for young preschoolers that are both not young enough neither old enough to entertain. This is a great resource to reference!
3. Need to juggle both household management, work and your little preschooler? Who has time to DIY toys that takes time?
Cynicalparent.com has a list of activities suitable for this age range and many of them takes no effort at all!
4. Pinterest is one of the easiest way to look for ideas. Their boards are full of pictures and resources that are easily searched and found. A quick search for "Activities for 1 year old" gave me lots of other online resources to learn from!
5. High quality educational videos can help kids around the age of 3 learn numbers, words or events. Parents are encourage to interact with their children while watching educational videos to help kids learn and make connections to their world. There's even educational videos on Covid 19 too!
YouTube is a great free resource for such. Some great channels:
- National Geographic Kids
- Sesame Street
- Peekaboo Kidz
- Super Kids TV
- Kids Learning Tube
If you would like to share anything/anywhere that will bring value to the Bubsmamy community of parents, especially under 1 year of age, please feel free to reach out!