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    • Lee County Library System

      "I - Spy Bottle" Use a old water bottle fill with rice and small toys and other items. then glue lid shut. great busy activity for toddlers on road trips.

    • Summer Webb

      BRILLIANT! We paid $8 for a much smaller version and I think the actual I Spy game like this at Target is $20 or $30. Must do before our next road trip. I Spy Bottle

    • Deb K

      DIY: I-Spy bottle - rice, water bottle, knick-knacks. Would be great for kids on a long car trip

    • Jennifer Dolnick

      kids craft: i spy bottle...YES! Is that a VOSS water bottle!? We will defiantly make these!

    • Megan Gibson

      I-spy bottle: I can see this being awesome for a road trip! 1. make sure bottle is clean and dry 2. lay out all your small items/toys and take a picture of them 3. print this picture out and laminate it if you can 4. start filling bottle alternating rice with a few toys until bottle is about 3/4 full - you want to leave some room at the top so you can shake and move the rice around the bottle 5. use a hot glue gun and glue the lid on! best eye spy game!

    • Danielle Slade

      I spy bottle for kids. Perfect for car trips. I think the bottle is a "Vosa" water bottle.

    • Becky Medley

      I-Spy Bottle...great idea to keep kids entertained on Roadtrips, car rides, etc.

    • Emily Kempton

      I spy bottles for road trips (use plastic water bottles and uncooked rice)

    • Amanda Mullery-Marconi

      I-Spy Bottle Sensory bottle

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