13. Fishing Quiet Games
This activity is also a great source of fun on long car rides, but it is especially helpful for little ones during quiet times. These little fish are cut out using color felt and each encase a magnet, allowing them to easily be lifted by the washer bottomed “fishing rods.” Try giving your kids an objective with their fish to make things even more fun.
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14. Tugging Box
Perfect for younger toddlers, this DIY tugging box succeeds in being a fun, colorful toy that keeps kids entertained, which makes it the perfect quiet time tool. Using an old cardboard box and ribbons of varying sizes, colors, and patterns, you can create a toy that acts as a sensory tool and a source of exploration.
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15. Cube Puzzles
These fun printables, paired with colorful blocks, can be used simply as a fun quiet time activity, or as a great learning tool to teach toddlers shapes, colors, math, or all of the above.
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