Baby games weren’t something that I thought about when I was pregnant with my kids.
I truly thought that my babies would sit, stare, and enjoy snuggling in my arms. And, they did…for a while. But before I knew it, simple baby games became a way for me to keep my active babies happy – which made for a happy Momma, too. Here at Kids Activities Blog, we love activities that encourage play everyday. That’s why I’m thrilled to share these playful baby games that are simple, quick, and oh-so entertaining!
Things That Roll – Baby Games
Explore textures with things that roll | Plain Vanilla Mom
Turn a box into the easiest baby game ever.
Need a baby game while you make dinner? Here’s an unexpected baby game in the kitchen.
Roll a hula hoop along the ground for baby to watch or to catch.
Head to the kitchen and grab a bowl to set up this simple rolling baby game | Learn with Play at Home
Who would have thought you can use an exercise ball for these simple baby games?! | Pink Oatmeal
Use a hula hoop for baby to place balls in like a basket ball hoop.
Make your own baby toy that shakes, rolls, and spins! | Playtivities
Use a ball for baby’s first magic trick | Laughing Kids Learn
Take some trucks to a park with a hill and watch them roll <—older babies will be challenged by trying to push the trucks back up the hill!
Make a simple ball drop with something that we all have around the house | Happily Ever Mom
Baby’s will love watching these spin <—psst…you’ll never guess what we used!
Babies can roll balls and trucks down a simple ramp made from a folding table, piece of cardboard, or wood.
Upcycle a box to create a fun game for babies | Child Central Station
Grab everything you have that rolls and make a treasure bin | Wildflower Ramblings
Take baby on a wagon ride <—let older babies have a turn to try and pull the wagon, too!
Use an inner tube to make a simple (and contained!) baby game | Sugar Aunts
Need more ramp ideas? Here are unique ramps for both inside and outside | Adventures of Adam
We know these baby games will be a hit – come on over