New to Bounty?
Don't look now!
This is a good game for toddlers who are fussy eaters and it's fun too!
What to do:
Your toddler won't believe his luck when you introduce him to this funny, feet game
What to do:
Dance the night away…
If your little one has loads of pent up energy, why not have an impromptu boogie together? Play music that lends itself to actions – something that has a loud beat, so your little one can stamp like an elephant, and quiet parts, so she can tiptoe with her fingers to her lips. Pick something that has a marching beat and go up and down the room together, or sing in the mirror with a hairbrush, like you are both pop stars. You could be encouraging the next Robbie or Kylie!
Chase me, Mummy!
Toddlers love to be chased but only if they're caught. It'll only work if your child knows he gets a hug or kiss every time you manage to catch him. You could also pretend to be different animals, a roaring lion or a scuttling mouse. When your toddler catches you let him have a go, too.
It's so quiet…
Take time out to read a story to your little one, or make one up on the spur of the moment. Toddlers love it if you include them in the story, so they can identify with what's going on. Ask your toddler to say what he can see on the page so it's interactive and fun for him too. Have fun!