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  • Kyla Dunlop

    toddler calm down bottle using voss water bottle (no ridges on outside and has good 'viewing area') hmm seems like a good idea

  • Sheila Wilson Castillo

    Discovery bottles: I like these Voss water bottles! this is a great idea!

  • Kara

    Southern Thomas: Pinterest Challenge: Discovery in a Bottle - basic but with some fresh ideas

  • Emily Merrifield Warhurst

    Sensory bottles! They used Voss water bottles. Use mineral oil or baby oil for a way to slow down the materials in the bottle: 2/3 water to 1/3 oil. Can also do just rice and small objects for I-Spy bottles.

  • Apraxia Kids Learning Activities And Support- Parent Led Group

    Discovery in a Bottle: I decided to also use the Voss water bottles. It is worth it for the long term use of the bottles. They are very sturdy, no ridges like most bottled waters, and are easier for little curious minds to view what's inside them. Come join us on Facebook at Apraxia Kids Learning Activities and Support- Parent Led Group. https://m.facebook.com/groups/354623918012507?ref=bookmark

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Sensory Discovery in a Bottle. Use the Voss water bottles. They are very sturdy, no ridges like most bottled waters, and are easier for little curious minds to view what's inside them. One trick is to use 2/3 water and 1/3 mineral oil to slow down objects inside . Can also use rice and small objects for I-SPY bottles

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sensory bottles. I've made these before, however, I used oil in some too. Not only water. It's a good idea to glue the cap shut.

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