Looking for fun ways to learn with your toddler? Check out this limited-time offer!
Last year I had the privilege of joining a talented group of bloggers to offer a giant learning bundle for preschoolers. We put together our best work and sold it at a huge discount for a limited time.
We’re back again – this time with a bundle for ages 1-3!
For just a few days, you can grab this toddler bundle for 88% off! And you will love the variety of ebooks and printables in this value-packed resource.
As a parent of two toddlers (ages 1 and 3), I’m thrilled to share some highlights!
Build vocabulary with 500 photo cards
I am most excited to share my brand-new set of over 500 picture cards that you’ll get in the bundle! Picture cards are a fantastic way to build vocabulary, critical thinking, and so much more. Looking for pictures to go with a particular theme? The download has over 30 sets of themed cards, with ten different ways to use them.
You’ll get 12-24 cards for each theme… in two different sizes, and with or without words!
Here are the themes:
- Living room
- Farm Animals
- Ocean Animals
- Desert Animals
- Reptiles & Amphibians
- Meat & Protein
- Junk Food
- School Objects
- Musical Instruments
- Body Parts
- Community Helpers
P.S. After the bundle sale ends, this set of picture cards will go in my shop for $15. Get the best value and purchase now with the bundle pack!
Never get bored again!
Do you ever have a hard time thinking of activities to do with your toddler? Even after six kids, I still find myself in this situation! That’s why I love this ebook with over 100 hands-on activities for kids ages 1-3. We already own and love it!
Learn how to do arts and crafts with your toddler
So… you know you should be doing arts and crafts with your toddler, but you dread the mess and the chaos. If this describes you, I highly recommend this helpful ebook from Craftulate! Get no-mess activities, tips for working with a group of toddlers, and more.
How to do science and math with kids ages 1-3
Get this ebook with hands-on activities for science and math – designed just for toddlers!
A fun way to build vocabulary and early concepts
My toddler (she just turned 3) loves any activity with Do-a-Dot markers. We are going to get so much use out of this pack of printable vocabulary builders!
In this set from This Reading Mama you’ll find these activities…
- “Pop” the pictures of things that are hot.
- “Pop” the pictures that show body parts.
- “Pop” the bubbles that show letters.
- “Pop” the things that are little.
Plus 20 more pages!
Get ready to write the alphabet!
Most toddlers aren’t ready to write the alphabet, but many of them can practice pre-writing strokes before the hard work of writing letters. Print Totschooling’s colorful practice pages and slide them into a sheet protector. Then give your child a dry-erase marker so you can use these over and over again!
Colorful play dough mats
Playdough to Plato is another amazing site with countless free resources for young learners. You’ll get these engaging play dough mats in the Toddler bundle. Perfect for use at home or in a classroom learning center!
Make the most of your days
As I stated above, even though we’ve had six kids I still draw a blank when thinking of fun things to do with my toddler. That’s why I adore Hands on As We Grow’s activity plans. They’re simple, inexpensive, and always a hit. When you purchase the Toddler Bundle you’ll get her activity plans for 1-year-olds. Hurray!
This is just a sample of the 30 resources you’ll get in the bundle… plus a bonus pack of 20 more printables! Now’s your chance to get it for 65% off!
Get a free product when you use my link!
P.S. When you purchase through my link, I’ll give you a special bonus. Just forward your receipt to anna(at)themeasuredmom(dot)com, and tell me whether you’d like our ABC photo cards or our Opposites pack – for free!
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