It’s time. You want to do activities now that you have a one year old.
You skim Pinterest to pin some fun crafts and activities to try.
You decide to try to do a craft. You spend hours searching for a craft to do and then more time going to store after store to find the right supplies. And then even longer prepping them… and you’re exhausted before you even invite your one year old to join you…
… and then realize that there’s no way that your one year old is going to be able to do this.
What’s the point?
What if I told you I have the perfect activities that are appropriate for your one year old?
DISCOVER: Activity Plans to Explore with Your One Year Old
These are 35 hand-chosen activities that you can actually do with your one year old. You’ll be guided on how to find that extra 15 minutes (that you don’t have) to make time for the most important part of your life: your family.
What’s inside DISCOVER?
Make it Easy to Have Fun with Your Toddler!
They are the simplest of activities that use the supplies you have.
An entire week of activities (plus a supply list) is on one sheet of paper, making it easy to print out and pin it up for the week. That also means that each activity is explained in 2-3 short sentences.
There are printable activities, planners, and tips on how to do these activities! DISCOVER has five printable weeks of 35 activities to do with your child. These activities are the heart of the eBooks and are what sets these apart.
Super Easy Way to Make Yourself Be Present
Having a planned week of simple (doable) activities ready for you to do with your preschooler, makes it super easy to actually do them!
By having a simple place to come back and check off that you did the activities gives you a sense of accomplishment. That little push you need to help you go ahead and have some fun with the kids!
Weekly Activity Planner!
A blank weekly activity planner is included in each eBook as well to help you plan each week going forward. Don’t worry, there’s plenty of more activities included to quickly plan your weeks!
Resources for Even More Fun!
Once you’ve mastered the planned weeks of activities, keep the fun rolling with the blank weekly activity planner on your own! Head to the resource section full of every kind of activity you’re looking for to find ideas to fill it!
Need Another Activity When You’re in a Pinch?
While the five weeks of activities are the heart of the eBooks, the Go-To Lists are my favorite. They’re lists of all the different types of activities (there’s 5 of these lists total in the set of books) with literally over 100 activities for all the ages to do!
These are great activities to substitute during the five weeks if you don’t have something on hand (which is unlikely since the supplies are all very common) or to use in your activity planning going forward.
Forget the hours of trying to find an activity with supplies you have.
Don’t waste your time trying to decide if the activity is suitable for your one year old.
Make is super easy to have fun with your toddler and be the parent you keep dreaming you will be.
What Buyers Think of It
These activity plans really help parents, just like you, find fun to do with their kids!
Thanks so much Jamie, these are AMAZING!!!!!! Sooo what I need right now, massively helping to alleviate my worries about my 2 year old being sat in front of the TV all the time when baby arrives :) – Amy D.
I am a speech pathologist and enjoy working with 1-4 year olds. It’s always nice to get somefresh ideas to keep them (and myself) motivated. Keep up the great work and thanks again! – Aja
My kids loved the activities! Thank you so much for offering such easy, creative activities! I feel like I have hit the lottery! Thanks for making my life easier!! – C.Ranson, OTR/L