Toddler Time: 150 Easy Ways to Keep Them Busy, Safe & Happy

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Revell, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 170 pages
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Do you wish for more hours in the day? Are you struggling to balance time with your toddler and life's other responsibilities? Are you looking for ways to keep your little one busy without television? Melissa Bogdany comes to the rescue with fun, safe, and inexpensive activities that can be applied in a variety of settings. Toddler Time reveals how you can simultaneously educate and entertain your child and still have time to tackle that to-do list! It provides creative and resourceful tips on keeping your toddler busy, as well as ways to include him or her in accomplishing daily tasks. Each activity also helps toddlers develop fine motor skills and learn about color, texture, and other basics. Whether it's yogurt finger paint, noodle necklaces, sponge building blocks, or sidewalk art, Toddler Time contains valuable information that will benefit both you and your child. Book jacket.

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Need to check this book out again when S is two+. Good craft ideas. Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
7
Whats Inside
13
Out and About
75
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Melissa Bogdany was managing editor of a national business trade magazine for eight years before becoming editor of Christian Retailing magazine. She decided to leave the corporate world when she became a mother, and she currently writes and edits from home while caring for her young daughter in Chuluota, Florida.

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