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  • Kim Thompson

    What a great idea. Calming Sensory Bottles Fill bottle one-fourth to one-third full with light corn syrup. Add mylar (shiny) confetti in the shape or shapes of your choice. Seal tightly using hot glue if available. Why It Is Calming Try it and you?ll see! The syrup glides down the sides of the bottle very slowly; bringing the confetti right along. This is one of the kids crafts that is great for a child with ADHD

  • Trisha Cooper

    sensory bottles *You can use a little glycerin with water or just baby oil to make the objects float down slower. Older babies through preschool love these! I use the small 8 oz water bottles.

  • Carmen Vickery

    Toddler fun... sensory bottles for busy bags. Who is going to save water bottles for me, since we don't use them?

  • Carrie Carson

    Toddler toy. Old mini water bottles with fun things inside. Neat idea for church maybe?

  • Hilary Nye

    Baby Discovery Bottles. Good idea!

  • Andy M

    DIY #sensory #visual #water #bottle #toy #kids #toddlers #craft #baby

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Sensory bottles! They used Voss water bottles. Not sure where to find them but any water bottle will work. use mineral oil for a way to slow down the materials in the bottle. I usually do 2/3 water to 1/3 oil. Can also do just rice and small objects for I-Spy bottles.

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