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DIY Glitter Globe

Glitter sensory bottle: vegetable oil and rubbing alcohol with glitter and food coloring

Mind Bottles: Shake the bottle & feel yourself relax as you want the glitter settle. Get a water bottle (Smart water was the brand used here) that is totally smooth & not too big around so it can be held. Next fill the bottle w/ about 3/4 hot water, entire bottle of glitter glue & small tube of ultra fine glitter. (If more clear gel glue is added, the glitter will settle slower, & more water, faster.) Then super glue the lid on. (Pic: The purple is still mixed & the pink is completely…

Relax Bottle/Time out Timer. Glitter settles over time (chosen by you when you make it) to be the perfect time out timer. Wouldn't work for us as a time out timer but my son would love to watch the glitter fall.

Have you tried this? Making sensory bottles with @ILoveto Create Clear Gel Tacky Glue, #glitter, glitter glue and water :)

Making sensory bottles with shima glanz shima glanz Harrington Create Clear Gel Tacky Glue, glitter glue and water :)

Kids will have fun learning with these captivating DIY toys

DIY Discovery Bottles: A Fun Activity for Your Preschooler

I am totally doing these DIY Discovery Bottles They look so easy! from Modern Parents Messy Kids via Design Mom

I think this would be a good project for our frozen unit.

Glowing Sensory Bottle for Bedtime

help kids sleep with a glowing bed time calming bottle Durable plastic bottle Hair Gel – nearly full bottle. Glitter Glue – a squirt. Glow in the dark paint – a squirt. Super Glue Glow-in-the-dark mini stars.

Solar System Glitter Globe...even though I was told never to use glitter by a professor, still awesome!

Makes cute table decorations Solar System Glitter Globe. A really cool project that will take some time and coordination, can even coordinate with the art teacher! I just love crafty things.

Good way to keep busy on car/plane trips. But how to make sure the lid stays on from prying fingers???

What a great idea. Make your own I SPY game with a VOSS water bottle. You fill it with rice and drop in little things to hide and then make a list of everything in the bottle for the kiddos to find. This is a great travel activity.