Next we dropped them in boiling water for a few minutes, and Voila! Jiggly Jellyfish!
I remembered we had a few mini-jello molds, and surprised them with dessert as well. We just put the blue jello in the middle of the plate, and let them add whipped cream tentacles.
For our Friday version of Jungle School, we made a cool jellyfish craft. First they colored a coffee filter with markers, and used a squirt bottle to make the colors run together. While the filter dries, attach a few strips of tissue paper to a plastic cup for the tentacles. Then poke a hole through the middle of the filter and bottom of the cup, and thread some string through to make your jellyfish! (We didn’t do this, but I would recommend gluing the filter to the cup to keep the shape a little better.)