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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.

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water sensory bottles: water and beaded necklace; water and foam letters; water and glitter; water and plastic beads; water and nature elements like rocks and fake leaves; water and curled ribbon

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I spy bottle! fun project to do with the kids!!! plus it would be a great thing to take along on a boat or a road trip to keep the kids busy.

DIY- Holiday "I Spy" Bottle craft~ Crafts for Kids @ winter -- reuse plastic water bottles we don't use for drinking since we switched to metal/glass or make mini ones with our old avent baby bottles?

DIY Jellyfish In A Bottle. Easy, inexpensive, clever. Reduce, reuse, recycle. The list of supplies include a transparent grocery bag, a water bottle, thread, and food coloring.

Make your own jellyfish in a bottle.

DIY Jellyfish In A Bottle . The list of supplies for DIY Jellyfish In A Bottle include a transparent grocery bag, a water bottle, thread, and food coloring.

"I Spy" Bottle tumbler - I'm going to make some Disney-themed ones (using the Disney squinkies mayb?) for our plane ride.

I-spy Bottle: Another pinner said: I saw a little girl playing with one of these in a restaurant for a long, long time! Her gramma brings it with her when she visits and changes it up everytime!

A great collection of ideas for creating sensory play discovery bottles for babies and toddlers!

Baby Sensory Play: Discovery Bottles

Click through for great instructions on how to make these sensory play bottles for babies. Older brothers and sisters can help to make them with the help of Mum or Dad. The Imagination Tree: Baby Sensory Play: Discovery Bottles

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DIY Lava Lamps Tutorial

Make your own lava lamps! Plastic bottle + vegetable oil (half fill the bottle) + water (fill the rest of the bottle + 10 drops food coloring + alka-seltzer (broken into pieces, placed 1 at a time into the bottle) = lava bottle

It's a quick easy and fun activity for the LOs! Sll you need us: oil, water, and food coloring! Fill a jar 3/4 of the way full with warm water. In a separate bowl, mix a 3-4 tablespoons of oil and several drops of different colors of food coloring. Use a fork to gently mix the oil and food coloring together. Then pour the oil mixture into the jar. The food coloring will slowly sink out of the oil and into the water. When this happens, it will expand and begin to mix with the other colors.

15 Science Experiments that POP, FIZZ and CRACKLE

Fish craft! Thanks to magnets hidden under the lid, this goldfish shimmies, quivers, and floats in its jam-jar bowl just like the real thing." data-componentType="MODAL_PIN

Attention all my preschool teacher friends - Fish craft! Thanks to magnets hidden under the lid, this goldfish shimmies, quivers, and floats in its jam-jar bowl just like the real thing. way better then real fish!

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