On Monday Nate played at the park for the very first time.
He was entertained by the soccer players for a while.
But it wasn't long before I knew he wanted to play.
So we played.
Crunchy leaves make perfect toys.
I'm not sure who had more fun-me or him.
According to KidsHealth.org, toddlers between the age of 12-24 months need 30 minutes of structured physical activity and 60 minutes of unstructured physical activity. They also say, in general, toddlers should not be inactive for more than an hour.
Outdoor activities encourage children to explore and develops motor skills in ways that indoor activities can't do.
Although some of these activities are a bit too advanced for Nate, here is a list of physical activities that can be done with toddlers.
What are some of your favorite outdoor activities to do with your children?