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Saturday, 22 August 2020

Jelly Play! Activity for toddlers!

Help! My toys are stuck in jelly! 😱 

This one was SUPER fun! Great sensory development, completely edible and took about 3 minutes to prepare! 


Arlo absolutely adored this activity. It was so easy to do. I simply made some premix orange jelly (adding water to the sachet) arranged his toys in a tray and covered with the mixture. Put in the fridge overnight and it was ready for play the next day! 

I wasn’t sure if it would stain, so I put Arlo in an old vest just in case. Luckily, it was fine! 

A great sensory activity and it’s edible too so no need to worry about little ones putting it in their mouth! 

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4 comments:

  1. These activities provide fun learning to toddlers. Play is the work of children. It is an important part of the childhood development. From these activities children learn about shapes colors cause and effect. Child develop social skills and physical skills. These activities allows children to gain control of their thoughts, feeling, actions, and helps them to achieve self confidence. School holiday activities also keep your child occupied.

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  2. this game looks like lot's of fun for toddlers

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  3. this is actually really cool. I can leave my baby playing with jelly and meanwhile help my older son with a custom writings review . Thanks for sharing this great idea

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