Farm Activities for Toddlers

Hi folks!

This week’s Discover & Explore theme is “Down On the Farm,” which happens to be a theme that we explored for the first time when the twins had just turned two.  Today I thought I would round up our farm-themed activities for you all so they would be in one convenient place, and then you can check out all the fabulous farm ideas added by other bloggers at the end of the post for even more farm-themed fun! Click on the photos below to go to each individual post.

Farm Activities for Toddlers

Farm Activities for Toddlers

Farm Small World

Explore farm life through sensory and pretend play while building language with our awesome farm small world! You really have to see it…especially the pig sty and duck pond!

Farm Small World

Sticky Sheep: Easy Fine Motor Fun

Give your little ones a fine motor workout while learning about their favorite fuzzy farm animal with this easy Contact paper activity. You can also work on the concepts of soft/hard and big/little by using different sizes of pom poms or cotton balls!

Sticky sheep fine motor activity at Twodaloo

 Muddy Pigs: Coffee Ground Painting

Here is a fun sensory and art activity to use when learning about pigs, our favorite farm animal. Have fun painting with our fragrant coffee “mud!”

Muddy Pigs with Coffee Paint

Farm Finger Painting

Here is another farm-themed art activity- this one completely process-based.  So much messy fun!

Toddler Painting with Farm Objects @

Farm Experience Book

Our most popular farm-themed post, this tutorial explains how to make your own experience books, a simple tool that is excellent for speech and language stimulation for toddlers or other individuals with emerging language.  I used this tool extensively in my work as a speech therapist with children and adults with autism spectrum disorders.

Make and Experience Book to Build Language

Chicks and Seeds Sensory Tray

How fun and engaging is this chicks and seeds sensory tray? You have to check out the added element of a mirror in the bottom of the tray- it really takes sensory exploration to the next level!

Chicks and Seeds Sensory Tray

And now, it’s your turn. We’d love for you to share how you Discover and Explore: Down On the Farm!

Please read the following guidelines for sharing:

  • Share family-friendly posts related to the weekly topic — kids activities, book activities, crafts, recipes, nature outings, free printables–anything that might be helpful to those wanting to put together activities based on this week’s theme
  • By linking up, you are giving me permission to share your post including one photo in our weekly feature post and on social media channels. I WILL BE SHARING YOUR POSTS ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER, AND G+, so be sure you are following me so you don’t miss out!
  • Visit 2-3 other posts that have linked up, find some new ideas & meet new friends!
  • If you are linking up, please be sure to link back with the Discover and Explore button or a text link to help us get the word out and built our collection of resources to share with you!

The linky will remain open for a week and a half. Then all co-hosts will feature activities in a separate post on Fridays and share featured posts on the Discover and Explore Pinterest Board. If you aren’t already, please remember to follow us so you’re sure not to miss those feature posts. And don’t forget to stop by and visit my lovely co-hosts to see what they are sharing for this week’s theme!

KCEdventures Fantastic Fun and Learning

Teach Preschool Buggy and Buddy


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