Chair Maze

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This game is perfect when you want your toddler to fit in some gross motor play, but can’t get to the playground. I simply set up chairs all around her playroom, and encouraged Veronika to come on over.

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You can see her glee!

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I thought she might need to be enticed with a “hunt” for rings from a stacking toy, but she needed no encouragement. Instead, she just scrambled on up.

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Once on top of the chairs, she proudly swung her legs. She knew this was big brother’s chair!

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She still needs help with climbing down safely, so this was great practice.

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The highchair was perfect for crawling under, of course.

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She spent a little while scrambling up and down and all around, but then I needed to give her a way to play that required less supervision. This time, we lined the chairs up in a train with stuffed animal passengers.

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She loved making sure everyone was in their proper seat.

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This kept her so busy that I didn’t worry about her climbing into a chair and falling off while my back was turned. A low, soft orange chair was the perfect place to cuddle up with her train companions.

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“Hello!” she said to the big white dog in the next seat.

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How does your toddler get exercise indoors? Please share in the comments!

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