2 of my children still take naps. It’s when I take a break and then tackle some of the house work, so what can I do with the other 2? If I don’t give them an activity, they usually end up making quite a ruckus playing together. Rather than plopping them in front of a screen, I keep them quiet with simple activities like these. Here are 8 Quiet Time activities that help keep young children occupied.
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Making several different bottles with different colors and types of liquid and items will inspire lots of exploration.
Giving your child different felt shape to play with and create scenes and animals is a great idea. They’re like fuzzy reusable stickers!
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Painting with q tips is one of my favorite painting activities because it is relatively mess free. Try these free letter printables and let them create their own pictures.
Blocks are really fun to play with, but they make a lot of noise. That’s where foam blocks comes in. Here is a great messy activity to do with foam blocks.
Make your own dry erase board by allowing your children to draw on the windows with dry erase markers. Can they trace what they see outside?
Sensory tables allow children to do lots of different activities with lots of different substances.
This is perfect for my girls to do together and it involves one of their favorite things.
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