Another week of at home toddler lesson plans are ready to go! Here’s to week 6 of keeping kids busy. Since I started, Emmie has learned her colors, said 20 new words, and is working on counting. I hope these plans keep your little one busy and help to keep you sane. Every week, I share them via email, so be sure to sign up below to get weekly lesson plans right to your inbox.
How it works:
Each day I pull together 5 activities, which keeps Emmie busy from 8 am until 1 pm every day. I bucket each activity into art, sensory and fine motor. While I haven’t called it out, we also read 2-3 books every morning and then in the afternoon. If you join my newsletter (below), I’ll send you the detailed, printable plan with step by step instructions on Saturday every week. You can also easily shop all supplies below in my Amazon shop. I do make an affiliate commission from my shop, but it doesn’t cost you a thing! In fact, you’re supporting a small business when you shop from it!
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All activities are outlined in the printable toddler lesson plan above with the activity chart I created. However, I’ve also found sites that describe the activity, too if you’d like a visual!
Print the lesson plan Toddler Lesson Plans – Week 6.
- Popsicle Stick & Pom Craft
- Shaving Cream & Easter Eggs Sensory Bin
- Alphabet Line Up
- Colored Pom Tubes
- Puff Balls in a Bottle Fine Motor
- Rain Stick Craft
- Rainbow Window Display
- Snack Counting
- Where Do I Live Activity
- Fizzling Pumpkins Sensory
- Troll Paper Haircuts
- Apple Tree Number Matching
- Apple Stamp Painting
- Fluffy slime sensory
- Magnatile Ramps
- Paper Plate Monsters Craft
- Straw Hole Game
- Sorting toys by color
- Learn about the Seasons Painting
- Spider Headband Craft
- Repeat favorites!
Want more lesson plans? Here’s the Toddler Lesson Plan from Week 1. I don’t know about you, but being a mom especially during COVID has been a challenge. It feels like a constant hamster wheel of meal prep, cleaning, toddler activities, work. Rinse. Repeat. I hope the lesson plans help you as they certainly help our family during this unprecedented year!
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Affectionately known to her friends as Millennial Martha for her love of DIY and decorating, Jen can’t help but pour her heart + soul into everything she touches. She’s loved to entertain since acquiring a table and chairs, and giving gifts is one of her favorite hobbies. Jen is the creator of Girl Meets Party. Her dream is to share her passions with the world in hopes to inspire others by making the seemingly unattainable attainable.