Looking for indoor activities to do with a toddler at home? We’ve got a whole list of awesome easy, low prep indoor activities for toddlers you and your kids will love!
I’ve gotta admit. Coming up with activities to do with a toddler can be hard.
On the one hand, it’s such a fun age as they learn to talk and come up with all sorts of silly ideas. But at the same time, they are still so young that it can be hard to keep them engaged for more than 5 minutes.
As the weather gets colder it can get especially difficult because going outside is not an option.
But don’t worry. If you’re stuck inside wondering what to do with your toddler, we’re here to help.
Read on to get ideas for all sorts of different indoor toddler activities, from low prep (or no prep) printables, sensory activities, toddler crafts, and other awesome ideas.
Let’s dive in!
Printable Indoor Activities for Toddlers
Of course, we’re starting off with printable activities. They are our specialty, after all.
What’s great about these is you don’t need any special supplies. Most of our printables just require – well, a printer, obviously, and things you already have at home. Things like crayons, glue, and scissors.
We are only listing our printables here because we can guarantee you can always get all of them for free. Just go to the members’ library to download. (If you’re not a member yet, the sign-up form is at the end of this article.)
Sensory Indoor Toddler Activities
Sensory activities are some of my favorites to do with toddlers. They love to play with different materials, explore how they feel against their skin and try out what they can do with them.
Here’s a list of easy sensory activities you can do with your toddler indoors. They don’t require a lot of prep work and are easy to clean up after.
Toddler Crafts You Can Make Indoors
I love creating with my kids (can you tell?). But one of the hardest things is coming up with crafts that are easy enough for toddlers to make.
The list below includes some of my favorites. I’ve also included a couple of our printables here, as they are very easy to set up and turn out really really cute.
Learning Indoor Toddler Activities
When you’re cooped up inside you might as well use the time for some learning activities. Don’t worry, we chose activities that are fun (for your kid and you).
Hope you’ve found some fun ideas for whenever you’re stuck inside.
It sure can be tough to keep your toddler engaged, but remember, these days, too, will pass. So don’t stress out if things don’t go as planned. Instead, try to have fun with whatever you can.
You’re doing a great job!!