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Must Have Boredom Busters

Antsy toddlers are normal, but that's no reason to get on grandma's last nerve. Keep this list of "Boredom Busters" handy, and everyone will be thrilled.
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Review 1 for Must Have Boredom Busters

Date:November 27, 2013
Bearcat6
Thank you for these ideas. We will be using them soon.
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Review 2 for Must Have Boredom Busters

Date:May 23, 2013
kings1267
this is a good to know article. kids will surely like those games :D
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Review 3 for Must Have Boredom Busters

Date:August 30, 2011
Twins3
Rotating toys works somewhat for mine but they still have their favourites that they want all the time. I guess I need to get more of those things instead of trying to make them play with toys/things they are not interested in. They are very independent and have no problem letting me know that they don't want to play with that and would rather climb on the TV stand!! It's a constant thing for parents now to keep their children entertained where years ago the cardboard box was a toy for days. Great ideas in the article though - good to have some different ideas but kids are not all the same.
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Review 4 for Must Have Boredom Busters

Date:August 3, 2011
cstark80
I try to do a rotation with my 15-month-old son's toys so he doesn't get bored. Every toy group has things with lights, noise, colour, and movement plus a few books. Sometimes I have to rotate them every other day and sometimes they entertain for a week! We also rotate toys with Grandma's stash so her house is changing too!
Some household items make great toys too! Yogurt containers are great for building, stacking and banging on. Paper towel and toilet paper rolls are fun to roll on the floor, peek through, and make noises into. Flyers and newspapers are fun to "read" and look at pictures and it's ok if they get ripped!
I show my son a new item and give some suggestions on how to play with it, but then I pass it over and let his imagination do the work. I don't correct his play to teach him how a toy "properly" works so that he feels confident to play on his own and doesn't need me to guide him in play all the time. It seems to work because I also have a 2-month-old and have my hands free to look after him!
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Review 5 for Must Have Boredom Busters

Date:July 31, 2011
alisa1
This all works well, but requires tons of attention from parents. But my child seems to be happy with just about any activity if someone is with him and I hoped to see more ways to keep them entertained when mommy is busy...
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Review 6 for Must Have Boredom Busters

Date:July 27, 2011
jadensmommy123
loved this article! i will most deffinetly try these and i cant wait !
my son has just turned 1 so he becomes bored very easily, and with this article maybe i can shed some light on the boredom hissy fits :),
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