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Make some playdough. Give your toddler biscuit cutters and a rolling-pin and show her how to cut out 'biscuits'. A garlic press is fun for making squiggly bits. In a pan, mix together 4 cups of flour, 1 cup of salt, 4 cups of water, 4tbsp of cooking oil and / cup cream of tartar. Cook over a low heat until formed and not too sticky. Knead in some food colouring for interest.

Use a packet of coloured sweets such as Smarties to play a sorting game. Sift the different colours into separate bowls.

Dig out a basket of old 'baby' toys. She'll be keen to play with them, as she hasn't seen them for a while.

Put on some music and have a dance.

Book/CD combinations such as The Animal Boogie (from Barefoot books) are great standbys for beating boredom! Look at the colourful pictures together, then get up and join in the dance.

Wrap up a few of her favourite toys for her to unwrap. Don't use too much

I tape or she'll need your help. See if she can guess what's inside.

Make a photo album

/ together. Find some family shots and a notebook and help your toddler glue the pictures in.

Do some magic painting!

Draw a simple design on paper with a white candle or crayon. Make up watery paint in a strong colour and let your tot paint the paper to reveal the lovely designs - she'll be amazed.

Play 'Follow my leader'. Your toddler has to copy everything you do. Jump up and down, pat your tummy, sit down, stand up, walk up ►

The unique Magic Gripper Mat™ stops spills before they start. It prevents your baby from throwing her bowl or plate on the floor, so her food doesn't get wasted. And because she no longer has to chase her bowl around the table, it helps her develop her feeding skills and get on with eating. For less mess and stress at mealtimes, all you need is magic!

The unique Magic Gripper Mat™ stops spills before they start. It prevents your baby from throwing her bowl or plate on the floor, so her food doesn't get wasted. And because she no longer has to chase her bowl around the table, it helps her develop her feeding skills and get on with eating. For less mess and stress at mealtimes, all you need is magic!

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