Do simple puzzles with your child. The best for this age range are simple shapes attached to handles that fit into indents on a board.
Improve hand-eye coordination by building with blocks, stringing large beads, using blunt scissors, and drawing.
Help your child develop strength, control and dexterity by squeezing water out of a washcloth, squeezing a ball or a soft bath toy and drawing with large crayons.
Using large blocks, build with your child, but also give her the time to build on her own.
Show your child how to blow bubbles.
Supply your child with paper, markers, stickers and large crayons. Keep them on a shelf that is within her reach, if possible, so she can get what she needs without asking for help. She'll also enjoy using her hands with play dough, clay, and paints (finger paints or washable watercolors and acrylics with paint brushes).
Get more ideas from Raising Your Child: The Complete Illustrated Guide to help with your toddler's development.