I just made some sensory bottles for the kiddos this week. I found many ideas out there so I thought I'd share a few. We ended up using glitter & food coloring, dice, ribbon, plastic squares, and beaded necklaces. I also found VOSS water bottles at our local Kroger store. The labels were easy to peel off too, but you could use any kind of bottle you like!
Here are some things you probably already have around the house that you could put in the bottles.
2-curled cut ribbon
I'm sure you could even mix & match some thing too. Try sand & pebbles, or food coloring & oil. We also found some little plastic frogs, colored paper clips & a few other things we wanted to try, but we ran out of bottles. Is there such a thing as too many bottles? I think I'll have to limit myself, but these would be great inexpensive gift ideas too! Oh, make sure that when you are happy with the bottle, glue the cap on.
Check out these links for even more sensory bottle ideas!
The Jandernal Journal- sensory bottles
Pink Pistachio- sensory bottles
Southern Thomas- discovery bottles
Meet The Dubiens- I Spy bottles
If you have any more ideas, please pass them my way!
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