This book is an absolute must have for anyone with little people!
So much alleged naughtiness with toddlers in The Terrible Twos stage is simply that they are bored and disengaged!
Always looking for some sort of stimulation, these 280 activities will give your child plenty of things to enjoy and do and you, yourself might even et some quality time in pece to finish off that project or even just to sit down and relax with a coffee and a magazine!
Busy Toddler, Happy Mom is the essential guide to one on one activities for moms and their toddlers. This book contains over 280 activities designed to stimulate your toddler’s mind and body using easy to find and inexpensive items.
Busy Toddler, Happy Mom provides activities that:
Develop small and gross motor skills
Inspire independent play
Teach imaginative interactions with books
Provide new sensory experiences
Expand vocabulary and word concepts
Do you often wish you had more ideas on how to keep your child stimulated at home?
Do you find yourself signing up for expensive toddler programs since they give you the confidence that you have provided all that your toddler needs for his developmental growth?
Do you wish that your toddler could be more fully engaged in his play so that you have time to do the laundry?
Have you purchased activity books to give you more ideas on how to entertain your toddler to discover that they are more appropriate for groups of toddlers at a daycare or for a specialized program?
If you said yes to any of these questions, this book is for you! Busy Toddler, Happy Mom has been divided into specific chapters that work on specific skills: small motor skills, gross motor skills, arts and crafts, sensory abilities, books and language development.
As these activities are introduced, you are also increasing your toddler's math and reading readiness, her vocabulary, her understanding of language, and her understanding of her world.
So here is your chance to use a toddler activity book geared toward you, the parent or grandparent, who wants to engage her toddler in one-on-one learning experiences, while encouraging your toddler’s ability to play independently.