Activities for 30 to 36 months Toddler-Part 1

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30 to 36 months, Kids Activities

Activity Id :12

Activity Name : Actions of body parts

Benefits: Knowledge about various actions of body

Required age: 30 months onwards

Material needed: Printouts depicting various actions of body parts.

  • Start with most commonly used body parts.
  • Take printouts on various actions done by those body parts.
  • Talk to them and ask them to do the same action. For example: Close the eyes, blink it, make a fist with your hand.
  • My daughter enjoyed doing this activity. She was running around the house for running action.

Activity Id :13

Activity Name : Dominos Color matching

Benefits: Fine motor development, cognition development

Required age: 30 month onwards

Material needed: Different color dominos, coloring material and paper

  • Draw different patterns( Line, triangle, rectangle, etc.) with the same color matching the dominos.
    Provide the dominos and ask the kids to match it with a particular color.

Activity Id :14

Activity Name : Three piece puzzle

Benefits: Fine motor development, cognition development

Required age: 30 month onwards

Material needed: Three piece puzzle set.

We can start as early as 24 months ,since my daughter was not ready I have introduced her little late.

  • My daughter doesn’t show much interest in solving puzzles. It’s her least priority so I never rushed her to do it. She will quickly get stressed out if she couldn’t complete the puzzle.
  • We had more than 20 sets of the 3-piece puzzle in the box. My daughter was overwhelmed to check and solve them.
  • So instead of providing in bulk, I have sorted two sets and gave her only those 2 sets of puzzles. It was easy for us to clean them at the end.

  • She was bit stress free and show more interest in doing it as it was paired and sorted instead of having it in bulk.

Activity Id :15

Activity Name : Differentiating Big and Small

Benefits: cognition development

Required age: After 30 months

Material needed: Variety of items but try to get big and small items of same kind.

  • Place one item at a time. For example, display the ball(small and big) and ask the kid to identify which is big and which is small.
  • Place only one item for identification. Otherwise, kids will get confused and lose interest.
  • After identifying, place the next item and continue the same process.
    Kids will grasp this concept if we apply it in day to day life.
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