Here's a tip if you need to keep your toddler occupied while you're working in the kitchen. Fill a kitchen cabinet or drawer at your child's level with plastic storage containers and cups for them. It will keep your child busy in the kitchen, allowing them their own space and objects that they can play with. Stacking cups, plastic bowls, spoons or containers will keep your child endlessly entertained – it'll keep the little hands busy, while your big hands are working away!
More in this category: The Heart Pops Technique » Snack Jar Technique » Water Confidence » Connect As A Family » Introducing Developmental Games » April 2016 » November Giveaway » Keep Your Eye on the Ball » Book Signings, TV Show Premiere Dates & More » A Sick Day for Amos McGee by Philip Christian Stead, illustrated by Erin Stead (ages 4-8) » Back to the Future (PG) » Toy Story 3 » Thursday, October 1st 2009 » A chance to express themselves creatively » When applying sunscreen » Alice in Wonderland (Rated G) » Adoption » Wonderful Christmas » Your child and TV » how do i know when to start weaning?? » Duane Lee Chapman »