Toddler busy bags give moms peace and quiet. Now, who doesn’t want that?! Quiet time bags or busy bags are a great way to introduce learning into your toddler’s day with simple, low-cost preschool activities that you can put together in minutes. Clothespin busy bags are fun and educational for tots and are convenient for moms because they use items that most of us already have around the house.We’ve recently started implementing busy bag activities into the morning routine to keep my two year-old occupied so that I can dive into the ever-growing tower of dishes nearly toppling out of my sink. These clothespin busy bags have been almost as fun for me to put together and they have been for her to discover and enjoy.Most of these ideas I’ve scoured from Pinterest. It’s an excellent resource for all kinds of toddler and preschool activities. Follow me and keep up-to-date with the newest toddler learning play ideas and activities!
Here’s a batch of low-cost busy bags activities for toddlers starring clothespins that you can make up in just a few minutes to keep your little ones entertained while you have a sip of coffee and get something done….or not.
Number Wheel Busy Bag from Money Saving Mom Mix and Match Mermaids from Reading Confetti Summer Sun by Motherhood on a Dime Spelling Activity from Kate’s Creative Space Matching Color Shades from Tot School Worm Pickup at See Vanessa Craft Clothespin Letter Matching from Craftulate Clothesline from Money Saving Mom Letter Leaf Matching from No Time for Flashcards Bilingual Color Matching from Bliss and Misc.
Tell me: What are your favorite toddler activities to keep the little ones busy?