These simple paints can be made from either greek yoghurt or double cream. Put your toddler in an empty bath tub with a couple of colours and let them go nuts painting on the sides of the tub! Easy to clean up, let em get as messy as they want.
For an extra sensory experience, add in a few drops of various flavours such as vanilla essence or almond essence. Or maybe a sprinkle of cinnamon powder.
Use small bowls to combine ingredients together until colours are evenly mixed through.
DID YOU KNOW...
You will often see yoghurts advertised as being "probiotic" which means they contain live bacterial organisms which have a beneficial effect on the balance of good bacteria in our digestive systems. Not all yoghurts are probiotic, check the label before buying to ensure that it contains live and active cultures.
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Small meal servings and regular snacks are the best way to keep up your toddler's energy throughout the day. Their tiny tummies are not accustomed to just three large main meals a day. A toddler often may not eat as much as you would like them to at dinner time - try to remember that this is normal and that as long as they are getting plenty of regular, healthy nutrition, then there's no reason to stress yourself out over it.