I set up a clothes line for Mya in her kitchen. It took us a little bit of practice before she was able to use the clothes pegs and hang things by herself.
We have had these puzzles for a long time but recently she has pulled them out and played with them a couple times a day.
The Giving Tree by Shel SilverStein
Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf
Harold and the Purple Crayon – the Giant Garden
ABC’s by Dr. Seuss
Whistle for Willie by Ezra Jack Keats
Our Geoboard is another activity Mya has been asking for lately. I made it for her around a year ago but just recently has she been able to place the elastics on herself and has now quickly become a favorite.
Another activity found through Pinterest. Simple to make and a fun activity to play with that is good for eye-hand coordination.
I printed playdough mats for Mya, but we also like to use dry erase crayons on them too.
Another favorite, our homemade felt board. Mostly we do stories together on the board but occasionaly Mya will play independently with it too.
Linking to Childhood 101 – Tot School
Raising Memories – Sharing Time