The Toddler’s Busy Book, A Review

A review of the book, The Toddler's Busy Book.

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A review of the book, The Toddler’s Busy Book.

The Toddler’s Busy Book
by Trish Kuffner

Parents know that it doesn’t take expensive toys and gadgets to entertain a toddler. Any old box or wad of tissue paper will do!

When Trish Kuffner put together “The Toddler’s Busy Book”, she was keenly aware of this fact, being a mother of five herself. Within the over 500 pages, you will find a multitude of ideas for keeping your little darlings busy and entertained, without spending a fortune. In fact, many of the items used in this great book can be found lying around the house.

Ms. Kuffner includes sections on organizing for a toddler, how to plan your activities, what to keep on hand for quick crafting fun, and even ideas for a weekly activity planner.

Chapters include topics such as rainy day play, kids in the kitchen, water play, outdoor adventures, and ideas for keeping kids busy on long car rides. You’ll also find a large array of favorite nursery rhymes and finger plays, and great ideas to help develop a love for music in your child.

There’s an entire section dedicated to crafts and activities, another for birthdays and holidays, and a useful section containing recipes for all types of homemade play doughs, clays, paints, and more.

Many of the ideas in this book are so simple, you may find yourself saying “Why didn’t I think of that!”. Kudos to Ms. Kuffner on creating an excellent resource for parents of busy little toddlers!

© Amanda Formaro

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