My boys have always loved dinosaurs. I don’t know whether it’s a natural “boy thing” not that girls don’t like them too, I’ve just noticed with my own children and teaching kids that boys seem to be drawn to big things that roar. That is how these Frozen Dinosaur Eggs came to be part of our summer fun. If you are looking for Spring and Summer ideas that you can bring into themed learning or just enjoy when it’s hot outside, this is it. This Dinosaur sensory play activity will cool your kids off and make them happy.
Frozen Dinosaur Eggs
How to Make Frozen Dinosaur Eggs Kids Love
Excavating Dinosaurs is sure to delight children of all ages. Plus, on a hot day playing with water is so refreshing. Are your children ready to hatch dinosaur eggs?
What you will need to make Frozen Dinosaur Eggs is in this picture below. I have what’s needed with the full recipe displayed in list form towards the bottom of the page. Your kids will have a blast with these.
Fun Dinosaur Activity for Kids
Place each dinosaur into a balloon then fill each balloon with water and tie off. Next, put the balloons in the freezer until they are frozen.
Take out and cut the balloons off the frozen dinosaur eggs.
You’ll want to have a large bucket or bin to place your frozen Dinosaur Eggs in.
Take them outside if it’s a nice day and get ready for excavating 😉 Or just watch your children having a little frozen fun with their dinosaurs.
Frozen Sensory Play
You can let the kids use a turkey baster to squeeze warm water over the eggs to excavate the dinosaurs, or just play with them until the eggs melt and the dinosaurs are free.
You can also make this a cool Science experiment by including salt to see which melts your Dinosaur Eggs faster. Making this a perfect activity for a Dinosaur Theme.
Frozen Dinosaur Eggs
- Round Party Balloons
- Small Plastic Dinosaurs
1. Place each dinosaur into a balloon.
2. Fill each balloon with water and tie off.
3. Put the balloons into the freezer until frozen.
4. Take out and cut the balloons off the frozen dinosaur eggs.
5. You can let the kids use a turkey baster to squeeze warm water over the eggs to excavate the dinosaurs, or just play with them until the eggs melt and the dinosaurs are free.
Great Dinosaur fun on a hot summer day!
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