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  • Tracie Johnson

    Wonderful Toddler Toy! Make from water bottle, fill 1/2 way with water, add glitter, pom poms, paperclips, ribbon, foam shapes, pony beads, small erasers etc. making sure to vary the colors, shapes, softness/hardness of the objects. Fill container the rest of the way with water. Hot glue cap to bottle and make sure to remove any excess glue. Let cool before you give it to your toddler.

  • Andrea Lindgren

    I like the idea of the small little water bottles for sensory bottles!

  • Emma Roberts

    Sensory bottles toddler craft

  • Donna Elwin

    Toddler fun... sensory bottles for busy bags. Who is going to save water bottles for me, since we don't use them?

  • Sheena Tribett

    Homemade kids crafts. Love this water bottle idea.

  • Courtney Weiffenbach

    In discovery bottle ideas. The Pom Pom one would be perfect for a quiet time box!

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