Park Adventure

Happy weekends! 😉

Come and let set aside a block of time to spend in the park with your toddler.

Spending a day in the park with your toddler is much more fun that staying inside!

YunaFi-cHan and PaPa
My great supporters~

Going to the park is not only a good way for your toddler to get fresh air and exercise, but also serves as an excellent learning experience.

Dear Mommies,

Please set aside a whole morning or evening to play in the park. Pack a picnic for you and your toddler.
Walk around the park and teach your lil tot new vocabulary. Let your toddler choose which activities you do together 😉

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Don’t Forget to Bring:

  • Sunscreen
  • Bottled water
  • Blanket / nursing cover
  • Disposable wipes
  • Snacks

    Our Homemade Kebab ^_-
    Our snacks preparation~

    Our Homemade Kebab ^_-
    Tadaa, our homemade kebab for picnic!

Adaptations:
You may consider going to the zoo or beach with your toddler.

ReiHi-cHan and KiruaMi-cHan
Found lovely tree with red flowers~

 

Make exercise, child’s play:

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My tips:
Bring a container with to the park and create a bucket of memories.

Your toddler will be gathering much more than found objects with this toddler activity.

Doesn’t it seem like toddlers love to play with everything that’s not a toy?

Their sheer curiosity often allows for easy access to all sorts of interesting play objects.
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How to Build Your Toddler Bucket of Memories:

  • Head outside with your toddler and a basket, bucket or even a wagon.
  • Go to a local park, open space, or even your own yard, and look for interesting objects found in nature.
  • Sticks, leaves, rocks and pine-cones are all great finds. Have your toddler pick them up and put them into the container.

Pine-cones Pine tree
Pine-cones! We love ’em 😉

KiruaMi-cHan
KiruaMi-cHan: Let me tell you something about pine-cone~

ReiHi-cHan
ReiHi-cHan: My lil pine-cones buddies!

YunaFi-cHan
YunaFi-cHan: Pine-cone, it’s mine!

Lili Flower
Found white lily~

Poor Tree
The study of tree diseases~

Lil Crow
Spotted lil crow~

 

When you’re done and back home, look through what you found on your walk, and say the name of each item. Without no doubt, this is a great vocabulary-building activity for your little one 😉

Upih Pinang Pinang Tree
We discovered upih pinang (fallen palm fronds)! *OMG*

ReiHi-cHan and KiruaMi-cHan
Our kiddies extremely happy! *“Mama, keep on pulling”*

 

Adaptations:
If you live near the water, this could be a great beach activity.

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Make each day of your family life a great, wonderful and satisfying day.  *Insya-Allah*

May you have a pleasant moment. God bless! *Amin*

Gambatte ne~

  •  p/s: We had launched our nursing covers “En Zeru Teru” deal for March 2008. Open for bookings now (limited for 30 pieces)! Click here for more details

Lots of Love,
Me ^_-
Me 😉 *cam-whore by my kiddies*

About MamaFiza

Born in 1984. Family 1st; living in boulevard of peace, loving my treasured family, fully breastfeeding my precious 4 kids (tandem nursing) *30 months duration for each of 'em*, homeschool advocate, book writer, Work-at-Home-Mom (WAHM), certified Lactation Counselor (LC), official ZIN, yoga + pilates enthusiast, no pacifier & no maid rules! [Praise to God]

08. March 2008 by MamaFiza
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