Rainbow Jello Sensory Play for Babies and Toddlers

30 Sep

Rainbow Jello Sensory Play for Toddlers and BabiesPlay group was extra sticky and extra fun this week.  It’s really interesting to see what sensory activities work right away for kids and what takes a little getting used to.  Rainbow jello for the little ones was a little touch and go.  Some loved it and sat right in the tub and others had one touch and said no thank you.  This is definitely something I want to do again so that those that were a little tentative can have a second go at it.  I think there is great value in repeating activities.

Rainbow Jello Sensory Play for Toddlers and BabiesThese two had a blast making jello soup.  They whisked it, transferred it from bowl to bowl, and handed it out to some very lucky moms.  Let’s just say they were very busy.

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