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Motor Experiences

These motor activities for babies and toddlers will encourage both gross and fine motor development through games and movement encouragement. For older children, please see "Play Activities."

*Note that most of the experiences are good for children 6 months and up though some are better suited for older toddlers.

**You are responsible for ensuring that each activity is safe and appropriate for your child.

Red Head Baby playing with a ball

Physical activity is an important part of a healthy lifestyle for children of all ages. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) suggests that infants get at least 30 minutes of physical activity per day and toddlers get at least 3 hours of physical activity per day.


This can include tummy time, walks, running around, and using bikes.


The benefits go beyond just the physical; it can also help with social, cognitive, and emotional development.


Through physical activity, children can learn how to interact with peers, focus on tasks, and develop self-confidence.

So take a walk, roll a ball or try our fun theme-based activities with your little bundle of joy!

Check out our experiences for each theme, by clicking on individual tabs.

Hover over an image to learn more, click it to head to that experience.

Themes are listed in alphabetical order. 

Around the World Motor

Water Fest Play 

Girl playing in water

Difficulty: Medium

Time: 5 Min

Motor Skill: Squeezing

Best Done: Indoors/Outdoors

More Motor Ideas for 6 months and up

More Motor Ideas for 12 months and up

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