Toddler play should be simple play. The simpler the toys, the more creative play the toddlers engage in. As parents we often complicate play for kids, but Jennifer Haas shows us that it need not be that way. Simple play is more creative. Simple play is more meaningful. Simple play is more engaging. Jennifer Haas from Plain Vanilla Mom , a wonderful weekly play series where she shares the play ideas from her home. These are super simple creative play ideas such as painting with water, stacking pasta and more. Simple, engaging and creative.
This post is a a part of the KBN (Kid Blogger Network) MeMe-it-Forward Series. In this series, MeMeTales Blog is featuring a new resource website/blogger from the Kid Blogger Network everyday! Today’s feature is Plain Vanilla Mom . This blog is a site mostly filled with kids activities and a few moments for mom/DIY projects sprinkled in for inspiration . Jennifer Haas, the founder of Plain Vanilla Mom , started the blog to share her my love of playing, learning, writing, crafting, baking, and photography. It is her creative outlet and gives her a break from her busy day with kids and home. If you love these activities in the clickable collage below, make sure you visit and follow the blog on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest too. Thank you Jennifer, for letting us share your toddler play ideas here!
You have to check out all of these great ideas. CLICK on any image on this CLICKABLE COLLAGE (yes, you can click individual images in the collage!) and you will reach the activities directly on Plain Vanilla Mom .
This post is a a part of the KBN MeMe-it-Forward Series.. In this series, MeMeTales Blog is featuring a new resource website/blogger from the Kid Blogger Network everyday! Click on the image below to find all other posts in the series. ENJOY!
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