Keeping a toddler occupied and happy day after day in quarantine is no small feat! Children in this age group aren't super interested in watching a TV show and rarely stay engaged in one activity for long. But give them pots and pans to bang on, water to splash in, or music to dance to, and, as any parent of a 1 or 2 year old will tell you, toddlers are at their happiest.
So, we've put together a list of toddler activities that will encourage little ones to create, move, learn, and have fun.
For more ideas on how to help kids of all ages have fun during the quarantine, check out our Coronavirus Guide for Parents. Don't be surprised if any of your toddler's older siblings want to join in on the activities below. These ideas are fun for a range of age groups. For ideas to keep your baby occupied, read our 12 Easy DIY Sensory Activities for Babies.