This week we are learning all about the Polar Lands! One distinctive feature of the any polar area are the icebergs.
This “iceberg” dessert doesn’t require much and definitely isn’t as many calories as our “snowball” treat. Although it may be just as sweet. Just make sure you allow enough time for Jell-O to set.
Here is what you’ll need:
To make this “Iceberg” dessert, just follow these easy steps:
Boil a cup of water and add it to your Jell-O powder mix.
Stir until dissolved.
Add a cup of cold water.
Pour mixture into individual clear (plastic or glass) cups. Then refrigerate, until set. This will be your ocean.
Then have your kiddo add a little bit of whip cream to the top to create your iceberg.
|EAT and ENJOY!|
To end the night watch a movie. If you have any other movie suggestions feel free to share in the comments.
- Below you’ll find some possible movie ideas to fit our theme.
- Use your discretion on what is appropriate for your child. These movies are merely suggestions and you should read and consider reviews of these movies before watching them.
- Be sure and check Netflix if you have an instant streaming option.
I love this idea! I am going to use it with my kindergarten class for a culminating activity to our Penguin Unit.
What a fun treat! Kerri
You class will love it. Let us know how it goes.