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Sensory Bottles

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25 Sensory Bottles for Toddlers

25 Sensory Bottles for Toddlers featured on Play Ideas

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Feed the Alphabet Monster

Feed the Alphabet Monster: Repurpose bottle caps for this alphabet activity!

I saw a little girl playing with one of these in a restaurant for a long, long time! Her gramma brings it with her when she visits and changes it up everytime! Great idea!

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Weather Sensory Bottles for Circle Time

Make these simple sensory bottles as a hands-on manipulative to talk about the weather. Great for circle time!

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Rainbow Loom Sensory Bottle

Rainbow loom sensory bottle Link: http://teachingmama.org/rainbow-loom-sensory-bottle/

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Good Night Moon Sensory Bottle

Good Night Moon sensory bottle. Cute activity for a favorite book!

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Quiet Time Boxes

Has your little one stopped taking naps? If so, quiet time boxes are solution for keeping your child busy and quiet during rest time.

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Calming Bottles

Calming bottles - these sensory bottles are great for little ones to explore and for preschoolers to use during a cooling off period.

Time-out bottles. Fill a bottle with 3/4 water, one bottle of glitter glue, & ultra fine glitter. Then send this bottle with your child to timeout and they can watch it settle to calm them. Once the glitter is settled their time is up! wow this is such a good idea! if they mess with the bottle their time out time is longer. awesome idea! I like this better than a glass jar!

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Sensory Bottles for Little Ones

Sensory Bottles for Little Ones - Plain Vanilla Mom

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15 (More) Independent Activities for One-Year-Olds

DIY Sensory tunnel. Encourages crawling to build hand strength and a variety of items can be hung to challenge sensory systems.

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Pool Noodle Boats Water Sensory Bin

These pool noodles are inexpensive and can be added to the water table so the children can have fun watching them go. They can blow on them and race them.