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This ocean bottle is 1/2 water 1/4 oil and blue food coloring.  It shows the layer of oil and water and when the students roll it around it makes waves.

Science Bottles Density 1 (karo syrup) Density 2 (shampoo) add marbles for students to watch how the marbles are affected by the diff. density's .

Discovery bottles- Only use Gatorade or G2 bottles for the sensory bottles they are a heavier plastic so they hold up better and keep a unison look so everything looks good.Make sure to ALWAYS seal your bottles securely with hot glue around the top of the lid.

these little rainbow bottles look like so much fun! Great to play with at playtime or even in the bath

Sensory bottles! They used Voss water bottles. Not sure where to find them but any water bottle will work. use mineral oil for a way to slow down the materials in the bottle. I usually do 2/3 water to 1/3 oil. Can also do just rice and small objects for I-Spy bottles.

discovery bottle shake it wound until you find everything you ate looking for.

I Spy Bottles. I was ready to color my rice. I simply divided my rice into baggies. ( I didn’t measure I just eyeballed it!) I added 2 capfuls of rubbing alcohol to each biggie then adding a few drops of food coloring. I used the neon colors from McCormick. I zipped the baggies closed and mixed it up- It was done within seconds. I opened my baggies up and allowed them to air dry over night.

Easy To Make Discovery Bottles ... we love love love discovery bottles!!

Alphabet Discovery Bottles :) Joey would just open these up guess you can just glue the lids

Sensory Bottles...how easy!!! What a great idea !