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  • Elephie Aprons

    Smelling Sensory bottles Perfect sensory activity for people with memory loss. Re-pinned by www.elephieaprons.com

  • Kathy Jo Uslabar

    5 senses theme - DIY smelling bottles made from spice containers with a cotton ball and a few drops of cooking extracts or essential oils.

  • Ashley Leatherman

    Sensory play- DIY smelling bottles made from spice containers with a cotton ball and a few drops of cooking extracts or essential oils.

  • Pink Spongecake

    Smelling Sensory Bottles. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/. I made the best sensory olfactory bottles but I used natural things. Always use glass when you make your kit because essential oil literally melts plastic. I used lemon, lime, orange, peppermint, basil, ginger, rose and bergamot essential oils. I also had garlic, smoked paprika, toasted onion powder, oregano and other spices, I used coffee beans, tea bags, and cocoa powder. Be creative but safe. Allison

  • Jessica Solis

    Smelling Bottles... For the sensory idea

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