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  • Janine Romeo

    Sensory Bottles using Voss water bottles, love this idea!

  • Jamie Grunden

    DIY Sensory Bottles: easy to make. Easy craft idea for kids to help with.

  • Rikki Benjamin

    sensory bottles. I've made these before, however, I used oil in some too. Not only water. It's a good idea to glue the cap shut.-- did these with toddlers, they loved them too!!

  • Michelle Toland

    Discovery bottles: I like these Voss water bottles! this is a great idea!

  • Katie Huff

    Sensory Fun - Sensory Bottles, a great idea for a 'calm down' activity or as a fiddle toy

  • Beth Marks

    Southern Thomas: Pinterest Challenge: Discovery in a Bottle, sensory bottle

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Another "calming jar" idea: your kids shake the bottle and then have to watch it till the glitter settles to the bottom. This one has the advantage of being in non-breakable plastic bottles. Also, you can superglue the lids on, so the kids don't open the bottles and drink the glitter glue while they're "calming down."

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