March 22, 2014

Under the Sea Jello Sensory Adventure

I am so excited to be taking part in the 40 days of sensory fillers series. I'm even more excited to share with you this fun, slippery, slimy, tasty Under the Sea Jello Adventure. 

How fun is this? 
A lot, if you can imagine and it was really easy to put together. We simply followed the directions on the package of Jello for Jello Jigglers. In fact I had my older boys make it for Math/Science in the morning, we added in the Sealife Mega Toob , and then set it outside covered for a couple of hours. By the early afternoon it was set and ready to be explored. If it is not cold where you live this is still easy to do, just use a large bowl or bin that fits in your refrigerator.    
Exploring the cold, sticky, slimy, tasty, gooey blue jello was awesome.
 We also had fun talking about the different creatures that live under the sea. 
In the end, this was a fabulous fun sensory learning experience for everyone. I hope you have the chance for some Jello play of your own. 
Make sure to follow along at Little Bins for Little Hands to see all of the other great sensory bin filler ideas. And hit the follow button so you have hundreds of sensory play ideas at your fingertips on my Sensory Play Pinterest Board

If you enjoy sensory play with your children I would love for you to Link Up to share. 


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13 comments:

  1. Love it! So cute. Thanks for joining the series! I made a jello bin once and he refused to touch it! I bet it is time to try again!

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    1. Loved the series and we can't wait to do it again Sarah :)

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  2. Oh, we have a jello ocean, too! I just linked up! We're definitely going to be playing in it again soon!

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    1. Totally trying it on a light table next time, to switch it up. Thanks for linking up.

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  3. Blue jello makes such a beautiful ocean! It's a fun sensory material and edible too - love the pics!

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    1. Emma, thank you so much. It was so much fun, I hope you have the chance to try it.

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  4. Thanks for sharing and inviting us to link up! Am so gonna try this out! They'll love to eat the jello for sure! Beautiful small world play.

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    1. YAY!!! I'm glad you linked up and I'm glad you enjoyed our Jello play.

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  5. This looks like so much fun. Never seen this done before.

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  6. You are a busy lady! You're always doing great hands-on stuff!

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  7. I love this idea but I have cut artificial dyes out of my kids diets. What could I use instead of jello?

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  8. What a fun and edible sensory activity! I might try it before our next beach trip!

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  9. Jello! So smart, so if they eat it, that's ok!

    Katie @ Cup of Tea

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