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12 Toddler Playtime Activities Using Common Household Items

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Threading Practice


Threading is another fun activity that helps your child work on fine motor skills. All you need are some objects with holes through them (such as large tubular pasta, big wooden beads, empty spools, or even empty toilet paper rolls) and some shoelaces (thin yarn or string can be too hard for little fingers to work with). Let your youngster string away!

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