Activities for 15 month Olds 

I am a Childcare Educator and I have been trying to incorporate what I do at work at home but I am finding it hard to stay motivated. But in the next couple of months the boys will becomemore and more active so I need to find activities for us to do at home so that they are using all their energy during the day so they are tired at bedtime. 

I am going to organize boxes with activites inside so they can learn to sit and concentrate for more than a few minutes. 

I’m going to get activities that they both enjoy so thatthere is no fighting over the activity at any time of the day. 

We have mostly plastic items so I am going to make wooden items like big blocks,  train set, animals, puzzles, flash cards to practice their language skills. I feel like I should be teaching them heaps more than I am right now. I do it at work but I don’t at home.

 The boys go to childcare one day a week and I have noticed that they are a bit behind from the  lother children, i know children develop at different rates but I think they should be saying more words than they are right now. 

If you have any ideas for activities please let me know so I can teach the boys  a lot more than they know now. 

Twin Mumma Cait 




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