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The Sunday Showcase – Toddler Time

 Posted by on February 23, 2013
Feb 232013
 

Hello & welcome to the The Sunday Showcase - WHERE YOUR CHILD CENTERED IDEAS are the STARS of the show!

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The Sunday Showcase is hosted on the following blogs:
Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas
Here Come the Girls
Inspiration Laboratories
The Iowa Farmer’s Wife
Train Up a Child

We each feature different posts that have linked up, so be sure to check everyone out!  We’ll also be pinning our favorites to our Pinterest board.

If you are here for the first time, please read this informational post for the full details.Here’s the short version – anything kid friendly and/or child centered is welcome!  You are welcome to share more than one post, but we don’t accept links for giveaways, shops, or downloads for purchase, etc. They will be deleted. Please place the button below or a link to us somewhere on your site.

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If you’re linking up, I encourage you to visit some of the other link-ups! Everyone appreciates comments, encouragement, feedback, etc.

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The Showcase Features:
(taken from last week’s posts)

This week I’m featuring posts that focus on toddlers or ideas that would be fun for toddlers.

Ideas for Toddlers featured on The Sunday Showcase at Inspiration Laboratories

The Golden Gleam talks about the importance of freedom and boundaries when taking walks with toddlers.

Connecting Family & Seoul shares 5 boredom busters for toddlers.

Sugar Aunts teaches body parts to toddlers through pretend play.

Happy Hooligans repurposes cardboard scraps to create a construction set.

Zing Zing Tree uses pebbles to make art. I think even toddlers would enjoy turning their rock collections into a work of art.

 

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Featured from Inspiration Laboratories:

This week was Dr. Seuss week.  Click on the pictures below to see our activities. I also gathered 20 Math Activities Inspired by Dr. Seuss.

Green Eggs and Ham pretend play, an omelette recipe, and more Dr. Seuss ideas Go On A Sound Hunt Inspired by Mr. Brown Can Moo by Dr. Seuss

Truffula Tree Math Games Inspired by Dr. Seuss' The Lorax

Counting Turtles with Yertle the Turtle by Dr. Seuss
Thanks for sharing your ideas!

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  6 Responses to “The Sunday Showcase – Toddler Time”

  1. What great ideas for toddlers! Thank you for featuring our post on taking walks with toddlers.
    Rebekah @ The Golden Gleam recently posted..Taking Walks with ToddlersMy Profile

  2. Thank you so much for sharing our boredom busters. :) My son just loves those activities.
    Gina recently posted..Birthday Morning Traditions {from Coffee Cups and Crayons}My Profile

  3. Thank you so much for featuring our Imagination Play: Teaching Body Parts to Toddlers Through Play! We had so much fun with this activity and the kids want to play with the Band-Aid-ed baby doll every day (she is still sporting the Band-Aids!) Your round up of activities is a lovely group. As always, thank you for hosting :)

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