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  • Janine Romeo

    Sensory Bottles using Voss water bottles, love this idea!

  • Jamie Grunden

    DIY Sensory Bottles: easy to make. Easy craft idea for kids to help with.

  • Rikki Benjamin

    sensory bottles. I've made these before, however, I used oil in some too. Not only water. It's a good idea to glue the cap shut.-- did these with toddlers, they loved them too!!

  • Michelle Toland

    Discovery bottles: I like these Voss water bottles! this is a great idea!

  • Katie Huff

    Sensory Fun - Sensory Bottles, a great idea for a 'calm down' activity or as a fiddle toy

  • Beth Marks

    Southern Thomas: Pinterest Challenge: Discovery in a Bottle, sensory bottle

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Time out bottles! Water, glue and glitter..mix and add until it takes 5 minutes to settle. Watching it settle relaxes them, and you don't have to set a timer! Brilliant!!

Discovery bottles- Only use Gatorade or G2 bottles for the sensory bottles they are a heavier plastic so they hold up better and keep a unison look so everything looks good.Make sure to ALWAYS seal your bottles securely with hot glue around the top of the lid.

these little rainbow bottles look like so much fun! Great to play with at playtime or even in the bath

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Creative Curriculum Objectives: 22, 26, 5, 24 Discovery bottles filled with colored water and glitter, rice and letters or numbers, or items related to a theme provide an opportunity for a time of self-directed exploration. After the initial exploration, student will search for specific objects in the bottle, discuss the contents of the bottle, and talk about cause and effect while moving or shaking the bottle.

Discovery Bottles! Great for science centers.

Stress Bottle Pour clear corn syrup, shampoo, or hair gel in a bottle. Add glitter, sequins, or small toys. The children can hold the bottle and slowly turn it around.