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  • Larisa McClellan

    Put glitter in oil or little toys in corn syrup (make sure to glue the lid on!). Shake up the bottle & watch while the glitter or toys settle to the bottom. Helps focus kids attention while they calm down. Works wonders Follow the link to many other toddler craft ideas!

  • Yolanda YPhotography

    Sensory bottles and other great toddler activities a. Lava bottles: fill 1/2 water and food coloring, and 1/2 baby oil. It produces a lava lamp effect when tilted. b. Snow globes: fill half with water and half with corn syrup. Add glitter, beads, paper clips etc. The corn syrup makes the glitter fall slowly for dazzling effects. c. Discovery bottles (not pictured): fill with rice and small objects like dice, small toys, paper clips etc

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