20 At-Home Activities That Will Keep Your Toddler Entertained
Sensory Play with ice
The best part about this project is that you only need a few things to put it together. Water. Food coloring. Ice trays. That’s it. Of course, you could use one of those fancy silicone ice trays that lets you make frozen water in the shape of, say, the death star. Anyway, as the ice melts the kids can use it to mix colors, a way to paint without the thick goop that’s so hard to clean up. With toy tools they can also smash the pieces, move them across paper, or any number of things. Aside from a watchful eye, kids don’t need a lot of direction to interact with this project.