meg of sew liberated as a little series going on this week: "things we do after nap". it's hopefully going to turn into a nice collection (with all the comments and other ideas added to the flickr group) of interesting toddler activities.
the space concious and 'keeping it simple'-me feels drawn to projects and activities that don't involve a whole new load of materials needing storage space (which we don't have). and also considering the season we're in right now i like to focus on indoor activities that create a manageable amount of mess.
some of the things that spencer enjoys a lot at the moment are matching and sorting games. we have several wooden puzzles of which the transportation one is his favourite (he's so into vehicles, it's unbelievable). i bought this wooden rainbow matching and sorting game from the etsy shop Blackbeary Mountain several months ago and it does keep his attention for quite a while. it's great for learning the colours too and i feel it might make a nice addition to his wooden play kitchen one day.
if you have a toddler at home, is there any kind of activity you'd like to share that is enjoyed?