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  • Leanna Burch Perryman

    Cut up pipe-cleaners and place them in a bottle. Use a magnet to manipulate them. Kids will stay busy for hours. I have pipe cleaners all over my house right now from school projects. I could do this instead of throwing them out. Yeah!

  • Ramona Beck

    @MonicaVanderwoude pipe cleaners in a bottle with a magnet. Cool Idea for kids

  • Shannon Hogan

    pipe cleaners and magnets---Lots of good discovery bottle ideas!!- science center

  • ann

    Discovery bottles for kids. This site has a list of ideas for various fillers for these science and sensory discovery bottles. This one is filled with cut up pipe cleaners. Use magnetic wands to draw the pipe cleaners up the side of the bottle.

  • Sandy Palmer

    Discovery Bottles - Cut up pipe cleaners. Use magnetic wands to draw the pipe cleaners up the side of the bottle. A bunch of other sensory bottles ideas here too.

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