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Messy Jello Fun!!!!! a sensory activity for toddlers and preschoolers

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We love trying new things out so this was a day to play in jello. What a great sensory play activity. I say it all the time but I love finding things that both my boys, 3yr and 1yr, can do together and this is one of those activities.  They both enjoyed themselves and I enjoyed watching their faces as they squeezed it in their hands and tasted it :-)
Messy Jello Fun!!!!! a sensory activity for toddlers and preschoolers

What you need:  Bowl or pan..., jello, and toys.

What to do:  put the jello(we had jello cups my boys didn't really like, so we used that) in a bowl. I chopped their jello up with a spoon and mixed it around.  Then add some toys or spoons etc...  Last give the bowls to the kids.  You may want to put an apron or old shirt on them.  The jello got a lot of color on their clothes but with stain spray and washing that day it did come out. 

I posted more pictures than usual but these faces they were making are just too cute!
Messy Jello Fun!!!!! a sensory activity for toddlers and preschoolers





His face is priceless.
He loved feeling it between his fingers.

Got to taste it!


Tasting the jello!

Hope you can have some jello fun too!


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6 comments:

  1. SO fun! Those faces are priceless :)

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  2. What a fun idea! Your pictures are awesome! Very cute! Thanks for sharing.
    Tonya
    http://www.stringskeysandmelodies.blogspot.com

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    1. oh, wow, thanks on the pictures. Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. What lovely messy fun...my twins would love this i'm sure! Thanks for sharing with the Weekly Kid's Co-Op! Off to follow you now!

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    1. thanks for stopping by and following me!

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