10. Bear Math Patterns
Pair these fun printables with little matching toy bears to help your child engage in color matching activities and introductory math concepts. Keep your kiddo busy with these adorable little bears while also helping them learn about the concept of patterns.
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11. Chalkboard Table
While it doesn’t necessarily have to be an entire coffee table (it can also be a serving tray or even an entire wall), a little bit of chalkboard paint goes a long way when it comes to quiet time activities. Allowing your child the option to draw freely or even giving them an objective allows them to flex that creative bone.
Burlap & Blue is a fantastic lifestyle and craft blog that is full of tons of inspiration.
12. Sticky Cutting Tray
Aside from being incredibly adorable and creative, this sticky tray activity is great for teaching kiddos how to properly handle scissors and experiment with different materials. Using adhesive papers, googly eyes, and other fun tools, simply allow your child to create and imagine whatever they want on the cutting tray. It may also be a good idea to document (take photos) of what they create for some adorable nostalgic moments at a later date.
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