Intentional Toddler Time

Intentional Toddler Time is nothing more than intentionally providing my son with activities and experiences worth observing and participating in. Through these created (and some don’t need to be created) learning opportunities, I am exposing him to a variety of skills and building into the relationship that I would like to last his whole life through.

I don’t pretend to have it all figured out, this whole Intentional Toddler Time thing. I’m not an expert on the topic of children, and I certainly don’t have a degree in Education. In truth my degree was in Business Management. But I am passionate about the education of children, and it is this passion that drives my own personal education for teaching my son.

I want to inspire you with Intentional Toddler Time to see your son or daughter as an individual, a personality, a learner of all things amazing and wonderful. I want to give you ideas on how you can cultivate a love for learning and exploring, and I want to encourage you to let your floors get messy every once in a while. I promise you it won’t hurt a bit. Let your hair down, or pull it up in a ponytail, I don’t care, but let’s have fun being kids again … with our kids.

Intentional Toddler Time – Where to Start

What is Intentional Toddler Time? – A more in depth look behind the idea of Intentional Toddler Time and why I believe it is so important, and maybe even essential.

Intentional Toddler Time – By Age


{19.5 months}

{20 months}

{20.5 months}

{21 months}

{21 months}

{23 months}

{23.5 months}

{26.5 months}

{27 months}

{28 months}

Ant Theme {28.5 months}

Baseball Theme Unit {29 months}

B4FIAR: Corduroy Theme {29.5 months}

{30 months}

{31 months}

{32 months}

{33 months}



 {11 Months} 

{11.5 Months – Part 1}

{11.5 Months – Part 2}

{17 months}

before five in a row curriculum plan for 2014 with links to lots of ideas!

See all our posts for Before Five in a Row Curriculum here. There are loads of activities and ideas that can be adapted for any age (preferably age 2-4).

Intentional Toddler Time – Activities

how we do family devotions with a toddler
{How We Do Family Devotions with a Toddler}

{How to Make a Quiet Book for Your Toddler}

How to Occupy a Toddler on an Airplane

{Toddler Airplane Activities and Tips}

camping with toddlers

{11 Tips for Camping with Toddlers}

Fruit of the Spirit Curriculum for Toddlers!

Want to share the Gospel with your toddler on a more regular basis? Want to start teaching biblical truths to your child but not sure where to start?

You’re not alone.

The Fruit of the Spirit Curriculum for Toddlers is a downloadable eBook designed to help you teach early learning skills to your child while instilling God’s truth. One week at a time, I will guide you through sharing the Gospel with your child through various Bible stories and learning opportunities.

Click here to learn more!