Bottle marble run. This would work on the water wall I have posted. Just use nuts and flat end bolts and screw onto a peg board from home depot. You can cut off the mouth of the bottles to make a larger opening and use golf balls or other balls. Cheap and easy--but so much fun!
1. make sure bottle is clean and dry 2. lay out all your small items/toys and take a picture of them 3. print this picture out and laminate it 4. start filling bottle alternating rice with a few toys until bottle is about 3/4 full 5. use a hot glue gun and glue the lid on
DIY Jellyfish In A Bottle is one of the coolest kids’ crafts that I’ve come across! This has a science theme and is an easy, inexpensive, clever craft to make. Reduce, reuse, recycle is the battle cry of our Earth. The Earth will be pleased because this craft is considered to be very Earth friendly. The list of supplies for DIY Jellyfish In A Bottle include a transparent grocery bag, a water bottle, thread, and food coloring.