You know how it goes. Your preschooler or toddler wants to play with you, but your baby is sitting up, crawling, maybe even walking, and wanting to be a part of the action. If you have more than one child (and not through having multiples) you have gone through the phase when you need an activity for your older child, but your younger child isn’t as content to just sit and watch anymore. This can be made more challenging when your baby is in the get-into-everything phase, and still putting everything in her mouth. It is one thing to set them up with two different things to do, but sometimes you only want to deal with one set of toys, one activity, one focus. Plus it would be nice to foster a little sibling play. Here are 10 activities you can do with no or minimal set up that foster development and fun for toddlers, preschoolers, and older babies.