How to Keep Your Toddler Occupied With Cheerios – Info Tips and Tricks
You need to throw together something for dinner, but your impatient toddler won’t let you. I’ve been there. If only you could give her a project, something that’ll occupy her a good 12-16 minutes. Hey, what’s that you see in your pantry? A box of Cheerios? Oh, yes. This will do.
Here are a few simple ways to keep your young child busy with the classic O-shaped cereal. Bonus: The activities double as a post-dinner snack.
Get Them Stacking (Pictured Above)
What you’ll need: An apple (a slab of Play-Doh will work, too), dry spaghetti and Cheerios.
What to do: Stick dry spaghetti into an apple or a mound of Play-Doh. Have your toddler thread Cheerios onto the pasta. It’s a great way to practice those fine motor skills.
Make a Digging Station
What you’ll need: A container, an assortment of little cups and scoopers, Cheerios and, if you’d like, marshmallows, dried berries or other small “treasures.”
What to do: Toss everything into a container. Let your kid dig, scoop and search for treasure.
Create a Pattern
What you’ll need: Paper, a marker and Cheerios.
What to do: Draw some patterns on a sheet of paper. Have your toddler follow the lines with Cheerios.
Article Prepared by Ollala Corp