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sensory bottle ideas for toddlers
Sensory activities are perfect for your baby or toddler, and today I want to share with you guys just how to make sensory bottles.
I just made up a fresh batch over the Fourth of July Holiday, so that is the colorful one I’ll be sharing with you guys today.
When you think sensory bottle ideas, think colors, textures, glitters and beads.
A little trip to the dollar tree will land you all you need to make up any kind of sensory bottle ideas you might have!
My favorite things to add to sensory bottles are beads, pipe cleaners, glitter, and other fun seasonal stuff.
Here is what all I grabbed for the Fourth of July sensory bottles I just made.
(I grabbed glow sticks so that come nightfall on the fourth the twins would have their own little handheld “firework” but mom fail, because they were fast asleep by the time the dark came around on the fourth.)
I snagged everything with the same theme, but trust me, your two year old won’t care if there isn’t a special them to their sensory bottle. You could simply go around your house and grab some fabric scraps, rocks and an old Mardi Gras necklace and that’ll do!
But back to what I grabbed, I loved the beads and then the headband I figured had so many different elements that could be chopped up and thrown into the bottles.
Now for assembly, I made the actions a lot prettier than they needed to be. Simply because I was taking pictures for you guys. But I chopped everything up into little bits to be thrown into the sensory bottles as you can see here.
I think I came up with a nice array of different little items for making up the Fourth of July sensory bottles.
And the rest is pretty simple. Sensory bottle ideas are fairly simple as it is!
For this simple idea, I just chopped everything up and tossed them in a large, rinsed water bottle and then added some water and the glitter.
Talk about a super simple way to get your littles entertained by something! That is what I .love about sensory bottles. They’re so quick to whip up, and you could literally make them with anything.
Here are a few of my favorite sensory bottle ideas from other bloggers!