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Frozen Dinosaur Sensory Bin Experiment for Kids
Fun dinosaur activities are my girls jam!
This one was easy peasy and all it took was one little thing we did to make this fun activity for summer!
That “thing” was inserting them into the freezer for some icy fun!
This method is lots of fun and really easy!
You can also try a fun dinosaur eggs activity by inserting dinosaurs into a balloon with a bit of water, freezing them and enjoying a fun dino excavation.
How cool is that?
This time around I added them into a container and froze them.
I will be sharing some fun ideas and how we made this simple activity super duper fun!
Related: Looking for more dinosaur activities? Check out this post right here!
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Easy peasy activity for a fun game of, “Saving the dinosaurs!”
Frozen dinosaur egg lesson plan
As mentioned above another fun way to make “faux” real dinosaur eggs and include a fun dinosaur eggs hatching activity is to create dinosaur balloons.
What is a dinosaur balloon, you might ask?
It’s known as the frozen water balloon experiment.
You can create dinosaur eggs by creating sensory balloons and inserting dino toys into a balloon, then adding water, freezing the balloon with the dino in it, and removing the balloon to create an egg dinosaur activity for a fun dinosaur rescue activity!
Excavating dinosaurs from ice
We used an ice cube tray and bin to insert dinosaurs into.
Then, add water and freeze the trays with the dino/water in it.
Insert the frozen dinosaur toys into a water sensory bin and now you have amazing ice melting blocks!
Voila! You’ve a dinosaur sensory bin!
This dinosaur experiment was to mimic real dinosaurs frozen in ice and the goal of the game was to save the dinosaurs by a fun ice excavation activity.
Ice activities for preschool
Ice activities are so much fun and can be incorporated into an activity all year round which is awesome!!
Here are some ideas that involve ice for toddlers and preschoolers
Dinosaur activities for toddlers such as lining their dinosaur toys up with a piece of tape on a table.
Frozen dinosaur eggs experiment like mentioned above to turn dinosaur toys into dinosaur ice eggs.
Dinosaurs for toddlers for learning about colors and counting them.
Baking soda dinosaur eggs to help in the excavation of dinosaur toys.
Dinosaur Arts and Crafts
Dinosaur songs to learn dinosaur names
Learning about which dinosaurs are carnivores vs herbivores.
Dinosaur sensory bin
Dino stop counting for an early year math idea
These are just some fun ideas I can think of off the top of my head that may be helpful.
Have you tried a fun dino activity with your little ones?
How did it go? Share with me below and maybe we can try it out too! 🙂