First, grab some oranges, cut off the tops and scoop out the insides.
Then make up some jelly. We made two packets for four oranges, which gave us a small bowl left over as well.
The girls poured the jelly into the oranges, put the tops back on and then we put them in the fridge.
After a few hours, I carved some faces into the pumpkins with a sharp knife (note - I actually started carving a face before filling with jelly, with some idea that I could seal the face up with tape to stop the jelly escaping... then I decided that this was a terrible idea and it turned out that I was right).
Pretty fun! And pretty tasty too.
More fun things to do with nearly-three-year-olds? Check out the preschooler art, cooking and play, and the toddler art, cooking and play posts.