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Baby Play Ideas and Taste Safe Toddler Activities

Baby play ideas – taste safe activities for babies and toddlers. A wonderful activity resource for play dates for babies!

taste safe sensory play ideas for babies and toddlers.

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It’s been raining in California! It’s wonderful for getting out of the drought, but some of my mom friends with small children are going crazy! Usually in California, life with a baby or toddler is easy: take them outside and they are happy. When it’s raining, you need a little more creativity.

And so, I’m updating and re-publishing this old favorite post full of taste activities for babies and toddlers who want to put EVERYTHING in their mouths. Hopefully these activities can help those of you coping with cold weather, as well – one was especially designed for snow!

Baby Play Ideas and Activities – Taste Safe!

No-Mess Sensory Play Ideas for Babies

These activities make wonderful baby and toddler play date ideas, because they are easy to set up and don’t require much cleanup.

Messy Play Ideas for Babies and Toddlers

These messy sensory play activities are still pretty easy to clean up!

A Book of Baby Play Ideas

Looking for more baby play ideas? Check out this ebook – I’m a contributor!

a book full of baby play ideas that will help you enjoy parenting a baby and bond with your baby.

Do you have any favorite baby play ideas that I should add to this list? You can also share links and photos on my Facebook page, or tag me on Instagram

MaryAnne lives is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.

15 thoughts on “Baby Play Ideas and Taste Safe Toddler Activities”

  1. Perfect ideas! This was something we had to figure out with Ingrid as she was big on putting everything in her mouth until just recently. She’s almost three and still will chew on things every once in awhile, she must have a wierd sensory thing going on!!

  2. Thank you so much for this awesome list!! I’ve bookmarked it in my Winter Survival Activities folder. :) Leila’s definitely getting to the age when she wants to do what the big kids are doing but there are some things that just don’t work well for a toddler. It’ll be great to have some activities specifically geared to her.

  3. Ann @ My Nearest and Dearest

    Great list, MaryAnne! My little guy has never been one to put everything in his mouth (we’re lucky I realise!) but the little girl I look after tries to eat everything. I have to watch her like a hawk!

  4. There are times I miss my kiddos being little, and then there are the times I think about waking up at night and changing diapers and I don’t miss it so much.

    Great list of suggestions.

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