|March Learn and Play Ultimate Toddler Activity Guide|
My favorite thing to share with you all lately has been my Toddler Activity Guide and Companion Activity Packet for March is no different. I am so excited to have 10 different activities that are standards-based for 2 and 3 year olds. These activities focus on fine motor development, sensory experiences, early literacy, early math concepts, social/emotional development, and social studies and science.
|Lucky Charms Count and Sort Activity|
Some of our favorite hands-on activities for toddlers in March incorporate Lucky Charms! What little one doesn’t love Lucky Charms cereal?! I can’t wait to sort, stack, and count these marshmallows with my little one. She won’t even realize she’s practicing counting and grouping with this tasty treat.
|Lucky Charms Sorting Mat|
These toddler activities are perfect for your 2 and 3 year olds but can always be adapted to meet older preschooler needs to help them practice important skills. These activities can be completed with multi-ages if you have siblings who want to do the activities together!
|St. Patrick’s Day Cutting Tray|
Along with the 10 hands-on activities that are included in the Learn and Play Activity Packet for the month of March, there is also the Ultimate Toddler Activity Guide with over 15 additional activities to complete with your little ones. These activities include hands-on crafts and activities to do with your toddler throughout the month of March. One of our favorite ones that we’ve done so far is this St. Patrick’s Day cutting tray! I included green streamers, green plastic straws, green beaded necklaces, and green and yellow paper strips with preschool safe scissors. My little one went to town on this activity and had a blast cutting all of these things! She didn’t even realize she was practicing her fine motor development and important skills to get her ready for school!
|Rainbow Letter Hunt|
One of my favorite sensory bins for the month of March has to be the classic rainbow rice bin! I turned this into an activity for Little Miss and I to do together! We dyed the rice color by color which gave us a chance to discuss the colors of the rainbow, which colors were included, and which ones were not. It made her even more excited to complete the Rainbow Letter Hunt mat that I set out with the rainbow rice bin.
|Rainbow Rice Sensory Bin|
This rainbow rice sensory bin will be used throughout the entire month, when it’s all mixed together it will be a fantastic sensory bin filler that we can use over and over again with different activities! If you would like to get in the know for upcoming toddler activity ideas, more resources, or get on the list to receive a FREE Toddler Activity Guide for April, sign up for our mailing list HERE
|Toddler Guide and Activity Pack for 2-3 Year Olds|
Looking to get started learning and playing together with your little ones this month? Check out all of the activity ideas and printables for your toddlers and preschoolers in my Teachers Pay Teachers store HERE!