Because your child is moving around more, he will come across more dangers as well. Dangerous situations can happen quickly, so keep a close eye on your child. Here are a few tips to help keep your growing toddler safe:
The coloring page shows Pandit Nehru surrounded by two little kids. Pandit Nehru was a rather kindhearted man, loved by people of all ages, especially children. Kids endearingly called him Chacha Nehru. His expression while playing with these kids reveals his attitude and commitment to children.
Encourage your child to take care of animals with this Childrens day coloring pages. Just like humans, even animals deserve respect. Mistreatment of animals has a very corrosive effect not just on animals, but also on the society. So tell your kid to be kind and gentle with the animals.
Teach your kid to take care of the mother earth with this coloring page. It features two young kids holding Mother Earth tightly. The earth appears green and blue from space because of the vast greenery and oceans. So tell your child to choose blue and green for this coloring page.
Supercoloring.com is a super fun for all ages: for boys and girls, kids and adults, teenagers and toddlers, preschoolers and older kids at school. Take your imagination to a new realistic level! Choose a coloring page that best fits your aspiration. You can find here hard and detailed patterns, advanced animal drawings, simple colorings or easy outlines.
Free printable unicorn coloring pages for kids (and adults!) who think unicorns are just fabulous! On this page, you'll find a huge range of cute unicorn images, from sweet baby unicorns to majestic winged ones, plus zentangles for older kids and adults looking for a harder unicorn picture to color.
Our printable unicorn coloring sheets are great for themed party decorations, or just for something to entertain the kids on a rainy day! Scroll down the page to see all of our printable unicorn pictures, ranging from simple unicorn outlines for preschool kids to color in, to more detailed designs for big kids. We hope you find a coloring page that you like!
Our unicorn coloring sheets are high-resolution letter-sized printable PDFs. To download, simply click on the image or text link underneath the image. These printables are for personal, non-commercial use only.
It's Easter, and despite loving their holidays,many kids get bored with their freedom after a while. However, with these free Easter coloring pages,your kids will have many hours of creative and fun entertainment (and it doesn'teven involve a screen - except for when choosing the coloring pages of course).
Some of the coloring pages are very simple, well-suited smallerchildren. Others are more detailed and intricate, perfect for anolder child that have better fine motor skills, and wants to spendmore time on the drawing.
Did you know There are about 340 breeds of dogs ! The main are Labrador Retriever, Yorkshire Terrier, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever ... Discover all our fun free coloring pages of Dogs !
Once your little ones have colored in these free coloring for toddlers printables, we would love to see their budding art talent on our Facebook page, so please do share their artworks there for us to see!
There are some more details in this image for more precise coloring practice for toddlers, and they can learn a bit about keeping within the lines with their coloring for this printable while having a cute new kitty friend as well.
Kids may not be as familiar with this unusual but super cute animal, so as they have fun coloring this one in, you could teach them a bit about koalas and their native Australia for some extra fun learning time.
Kids will definitely have a lot of fun coloring in this cute little guy, and for a more advanced spelling lesson you could try to teach them the spelling of the word squirrel as they have fun coloring it in.
Remember that all of our coloring pages and printable goodies are totally free for you to print and enjoy, so why not print out a few copies of each so that toddlers can have lots of fun being creative with their favorite colors
Let your toddlers & preschoolers wander in a world of smiley hearts and chocolate boxes, all featured in our free Valentine coloring pages for toddlers. Use crayons to make these printable easy Valentine coloring pages bright and colorful! Click pink button to download & print:
Give your toddler some markers, colored pencils, crayons and watch them happily color and decorate these free Valentines coloring pages for toddlers. You can even turn it into a craft and help them with gluing glitter, ribbons and beads as a collage.
This super feminine party theme oozes elegance that your little girl will just sip right up! While you can display that fine china from your wedding as decoration, opt for these vintage paper cup and saucers for the toddlers instead.
Waardenburg syndrome is a group of genetic conditions that can cause hearing loss and changes in coloring (pigmentation) of the hair, skin, and eyes. Although most people with Waardenburg syndrome have normal hearing, moderate to profound hearing loss can occur in one or both ears. The hearing loss is present from birth (congenital). People with this condition often have very pale blue eyes or different colored eyes, such as one blue eye and one brown eye. Sometimes one eye has segments of two different colors. Distinctive hair coloring (such as a patch of white hair or hair that prematurely turns gray) is another common sign of the condition. The features of Waardenburg syndrome vary among affected individuals, even among people in the same family.
Woohoo! Today I am sharing with you all some exclusive FREE winter coloring pages for kids to print! I had an artist design these coloring sheets so I hope you all enjoy. To print off the picture just click on the photo or link below it to access the PDF file. Make sure no parts are cut off when you do the print preview (checking \"Fit to page\" usually works).
Reading to toddlers sets the foundation for later independent reading. Reading problems can be challenging to fix when discovered in elementary school. But many reading problems can be prevented if reading starts in the toddler and preschool years.
Reading aloud is also an important way to help kids move from babyhood to toddlerhood. Between the ages of 1 and 3, toddlers have celebrations and challenges. So it can help for them to hear stories about other kids and how they faced their fears about what's under the bed or learned how to use the potty.
But while excited to learn about the world and experience it, your toddler also needs a strong connection with you. Reading together regularly can strengthen that connection, helping your toddler feel safe and comfortable.
Reading to toddlers often (if possible, at least once a day) is a great goal. Choosing regular times to read (especially before naps and bedtime) helps kids learn to sit with a book and relax. But you can read anytime your child seems in the mood.
If your toddler will let you, hold him or her in your lap when you read. This helps your toddler feel safe, happy, and relaxed. It also shows you're giving your full attention as you show your child new things, and encourages your child to participate.
Toddlers like to do things on their own. Encourage this by putting out three or four books and asking your child to pick one. Praise the selection, let your toddler help you turn pages, and ask for help as you find things on a page. Your child will love to finish sentences in books with familiar or repetitive phrasing or rhymes. When you come to a familiar or repetitive phrase or rhyme in a book, pause and let your child finish.
You may find that your child sits still while coloring or playing with a favorite toy while you read. Some kids might not look at you or the book, but that doesn't mean they're not interested or listening.
Toddlers want to feel included and capable. So choose books they can follow along with, especially those with familiar or repetitive text so they can fill in words. Keep your toddler's interest by choosing books with small amounts of words on the page and books about topics that you know your child will like.
Visit the library or the bookstore and let your child pick books to read at home. Many libraries and bookstores have toddler story times that kids enjoy. And let your child see you reading for fun. It's a great way to be your toddler's reading role model.
Your little goody two-shoes is going to go head over feet for this charming 2nd birthday idea. Any shoe-loving little will enjoy pointing, flexing, tiptoeing, and dancing around their party space in their favorite kicks. Print out coloring sheets, procure shoe-shaped cookie cutters for sandwiches, and give out little princess shoes or cozy slippers as party favors for your two-cute guests.
Recently Ben did a color by number, and I was amazed at how educational it was for him, and how fun! So I made some coloring pages that focused on two areas we have been working on, number sense and coding.
Blank page coloring offers even more freedom. Children can create a world as they see it, or as they simply wonder it can be. Free creative thinking is vital to growing minds, and coloring is the simplest way to do that.
I created some fun color by number pages for Ben. They help work number sense and have all the benefits coloring gives. Ben is going into Pre-K this fall and is working hard on his writing skills. Coloring is a super fun way to do that!
My daughter (8) and I love to color together. We have an enormous collection of gel pens - we fight over the sparkly ones - and take a coloring book, an art pad, journals, and a pencil case full of gels whenever we travel.
After some considerable research, I set my sights on the \"smallest folding trike on the market.\" This three-wheeler will grow with your toddler, from a parent-push-operated vehicle to an independent, pedal tricycle.