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  • michele estrada

    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.

  • Sheena Tribett

    Homemade kids crafts. Love this water bottle idea.

  • Carrie Carson

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

  • Andy M

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

  • Beth Caywood

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

  • Kara Cavazos

    Baby Discovery Bottles. Ingenious idea!

  • Nikelle Wynia

    Sensory bottle. use baby oil and leave a bit of room and things slide more easily. Fun idea!

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