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Here’s the thing, toddlers are BUSY. It is hard to set up a meaningful activity that they will give their full focus to. This is where this ‘sticky wall’ comes in: it’s engaging and a great way to boost fine Read more…


As a family we regularly travel. Overtime, I have learnt what works really well on holiday and what can be left at home. The short story is: you don’t need to pack bags and bags of toys!


When we lived in Canberra, we regularly visited Jackson Pollock’s Blue Poles at the National Gallery of Australia. Inspired by this, we got very messy to make some Pollock inspired process art.


We all know that pumpkin decorating can get a little… well competitive. Whilst there are some truly awesome creations out there, most would be impossible for a little one to achieve. Here is one of the simplest ways to decorate Read more…


If you are short on time, or don’t want the fuss of a big set-up, this pre-writing activity is for you! It literally takes seconds to prep and clean-up.


I’m always on the hunt for taste safe paint option, especially when it comes to Mr E (16 months) so when we had a punnet of sour raspberries on our hands, we decided to utilise them for painting…


Introducing Alison from Brisbane, Australia. Alison is a childcare educator who runs Toddler Activities at Home on Instagram. She lives with her two girls (aged 14 months and 2.10 years) and her husband, Dion. Alison and Dion are also owners Read more…


Tabies (not quite a baby, not quite a toddler) are full of curiosity so when I knew we had a holiday coming up, I was admittedly a little concerned as to how we’d keep my 14 months occupied… Going on Read more…


I was looking back on old photographs yesterday and realised I haven’t done any process based art with the children for a little while – lets blame the school holidays for that one! We’ve done very similar trees in the Read more…