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20 Activities for Bored Toddlers

By Molly Thornberg |

toddler activitiesAfter my second child turned 2, I went back to work full-time. The kids went to daycare and all was well. I had my third and then fourth child in 2010 and 2011 respectively. After Zeke, our fourth was born, I knew he would be our last and wanted to find ways to work at home and not have to keep the younger kids in daycare full-time.

The last year and a half, I have been at home working with my kids at my feet. Fortunately, I tend to work in the wee hours of the morning leaving me plenty of time with the kids. We go on play dates and go to playgroups, but then there is that lull of what to do when we are home.

So what do you do to keep your toddlers busy? Sure, there is the TV or iPad – both of which my kids know but I don’t want them obsessed with it. What to do, what to do.. and then there is PINTEREST. No, thankfully these kids aren’t Pinteresting. Could you imagine that? Leave it to Pinterest to have some fun ideas to make. These will keep your toddler busy and prevent toddler boredom!

Here are 20 Activities to Make for Bored Toddlers:

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Toddler Activities for the Bored Toddler

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What is Your Favorite Activity to Prevent Your Toddler from Boredom?

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Molly Thornberg is a wife and mother of four. She worked in web design and social media marketing before quitting to pursue blogging full time. On Digital Mom Blog, Molly shares "geeky" DIY projects, discusses the latest technology news, and talks about her life as a parent. Read bio and latest posts → Read Molly's latest posts →

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