Busy Bag Ideas
Put together activities like color matching games with felt and colored craft sticks. Add Velcro tabs to the back of craft sticks to let your toddlers make letters or shapes with them. Place plastic practice golf balls and chenille stems in a bag to keep your child busy feeding the stems through the holes in the balls. Writing upper- and lowercase letters on plastic Easter eggs to create a fun matching game will help your child learn the alphabet. Creating faces out of felt cutouts is another busy bag idea that is sure to tap into your child’s creativity while giving him or her a way to stay entertained. You can purchase materials for busy bags from sites like Michaels and Crayola.