Yes, I heart tv as well! Netflix has some great kids shows that are actually pretty friggin educational. Dinosaur Train and Team Umizoomi are current favs.
We luckily have a giant sand pit at our local park and letting him take a digger and truck means he's occupied for ages. He's not really runner thank god! Do you have a leash/harness? Then just go for a walk and collect rocks, leaves, etc?
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09-10-2016 21:39 #31
10-10-2016 10:22 #32
Oh yes we have a vtech car track, I did take it away the other week for throwing it around so might just be time to bring it back out! Singing and dancing are popular here as well
10-10-2016 10:27 #33
He is such a handful but I do love he is active but oh man he is crazy some days lol
Thank you I will find that Facebook page
I haven't done too much sensory play with him, I do think he could get quite wild with it but he would probably enjoy it (especially if it has something to do with his cars etc lol) I will look online for some ideas thanks I will have to give him a go and see what level of crazy it gets to lol
We don't really let him (as in going down the street etc) because he's a runner and he's damn quick haha. I do think I need to give a chance though. He would probably love it. I've bought him a balance bike for Christmas
He only goes 1 day. I just can't afford 2
10-10-2016 10:30 #34Senior Member
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There is also 2yo yoga down the road (new yoga place) but I cannot see DS doing yoga!
10-10-2016 10:30 #35
He does enjoying watching cartoons at certain times, sometimes too much I think lol I try movies with him and he does lose interest but comes back after a few minutes lol
10-10-2016 10:34 #36
There's a big sandpit at our local park but it's needing to be refilled after all the rain we have had because it's basically empty. He would love to take his digger and trucks down there though.
We don't have one. I am trying to find somewhere to buy one. I've had enough of the running. DF doesn't like the leash things but I'm giving in and buying one (when I can find one haha)
He would love collecting rocks etc. I need one asap haha thanks!
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10-10-2016 15:42 #39
Amusing a 2.5 yr old
A lot of the sport classes have been from 2.5 here so I'm sure you can find some. The sport class ds1 goes to is pretty much everything, mostly just working on coordination and an introduction to all ball sports but I know there are soccer, tennis and rugby classes around from 2.5.
Pop 'toddler sensory play' in Pinterest for ideas and also the word 'ooblek.' It's pretty much just corn starch and water and creates a substance that's not a liquid or a solid, we used to play with it in science class as children. It's solid when it's together than turns liquid when you break it apart, becoming solid again as it comes together again. Something like that plus just something like let him him drive his cars through shaving cream may keep him occupied for a while.
Leashes I'm pretty sure you can find on big w's website, there are ones that are an animal backpack and then the tail in the leash.
10-10-2016 16:20 #40
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