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Sensory Bottles

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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Sensory bottles are a cheap and easy toy you can make that babies will love.



Sensory bottles


Time: 10-20 minutes
Age: Baby
Level: Easy

Materials
Plastic Drinks Bottle
Strong tape
Water
Oil
Glitter
Shells, nuts, dried pasta, little rubber bands

Method
Fill each bottle you have with different materials. Here are some ideas
Nuts, shells or dried pasta
Cut up pieces of different coloured pipe cleaners
Mix water, oil and food colouring together and then add in anything from glitter to small rubber bands

Ensure the bottles are properly sealed. You can use electrical tape which is strong or glue with a hot glue gun.

Categories
#Babies
#Parent Craft
#Sensory
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