Sometimes you just need some activities to keep your little ones busy that you can prepare ahead of time. Tot Trays are just the ticket to prepared activities that will excite your toddler or preschooler.
I was on my desktop looking for some pictures when low and behold I found an entire collection of Spring Tot Trays all ready but never published. Today I will treat you to my collection of Easter and Spring activities to engage your younger learners.
I found these bunny and egg shaped cupcake picks within a cupcake decorating package. I always keep my eyes out for the heavy duty plastic ones since they are more sturdy then paper picks.
This super cute printable was found on Prekinders in there free pattern block section. I had already bought the wooden pattern blocks from Amazon after seeing them on numerous blogs. I could not resist the price for all the incredible value they have for tactile learning.
A couple of years ago I saw the Bunny Tower at numerous grocery and pharmacy stores. I held off buying them until the price was marked down at the end of the season! These little bunnies fit perfectly into the long pastel colored M&M tubes. A simple color sort and take-along activity.
This “bunny tray” is the bottom half of a Ferrero Rocher container from a previous Easter! The same bunnies from the Bunny Tower match these plastic eggs perfectly. The opening and closing of the eggs are great for working on palmer grasp.
I saw this Egg Full of Bunnies which is very similar to a Barrel Full of Monkey’s and knew I had to pick one up! A great game of skill and coordination if you can hook a bunny by the ears, lol. You can sort them, count them, or add them to a sensory bin.
This post is part of Creative Activities for Kids monthly blog hop!
DIY Resurrection Eggs for Toddlers & Preschoolers from Bare Feet on the Dashboard
Blown Egg Ornaments from Betsy’s Photography
Spring Tot Trays from Something 2 Offer
Washi tape EASTER Gift bag(Teach me Mommy)
An invitation to decorate Easter Cards from Multicraftingmummy
Resurrection Garden Sensory Play from Schooling a Monkey
PEEPS Candy Science from Schooling a Monkey
PEEPS Engineering Activities from Schooling a Monkey
Messy Play: Dyeing Easter Eggs from Schooling a Monkey
Easter Tuff Spot Play from Adventures of Adam
Betsy @ BPhotoArt.com says
What cute activities! I like the color tube sorting one best, that is so cool.
Greta MacCallum says
I love these ideas. I will pin it for next year.
I love these spring tray idea. I enjoy teaching my kids using hands on methods as well, these are perfect for just that. Pinning over to my tot tray board. Have a blessed week!!
What cute activities!! I love the pattern blocks, we have a set here and I should try to find some more patterns than the ones we have already.
Thanks for sharing at Manic Monday linky party!!
What a great idea to have trays made up ahead of time for toddlers to enjoy! Any child would love these. Blessings to you! I”m a neighbor at #FreshMarketFriday.