Jell-O-Play can make for awesome pretend food play with kitchen tools like spatulas, whisks, spoons, and bowls! You can also “hide” toys in the Jell-O as you’re making it for a fun treasure hunt. The set up for Jell-O-Play is four boxes of gelatin in a storage tub or tupperware container. Then, scatter little boats, plastic animals or trucks throughout and let it set overnight. In the morning let your child dig out the things that are stuck. Have another container with soapy water next to it so they can clean the things they find. This activity is great for fine motor, tactile/ touch sensory processing skills, and problem-solving skills. Get messy and have fun!