We’ve pinned a bunch of Easter craft ideas that you can do with a toddler on our Pinterest board. Here are three of our favorites to get you started.
DIY Easter Sensory Bin
Sensory bins allow children to learn through hands-on tactile play that engages their senses. These bins encourage and support various types of development and are great activities to have in your home. Sensory bins can be themed for holidays, seasons, and academic skills and can be made using different items you have on hand.
Easter Play Doh Mats
Play-Doh Mats are great for quick fun with little to no mess. Play-Doh mats are an easy way to grow kids’ imaginations, develop fine motor skills and even teach skills like counting and the alphabet. Be creative.
DIY Chick Slime
SLIME! The squeezing and stretching action that most people naturally do when playing with slime can actually help release tension, aiding in relaxation. Practicing relaxation tools when your child is calm helps them access and use the skill later when they may be upset. Plus slime! Right!