Once a month I do a craft with my daughter’s 1st-grade class. This month I decided to make sensory discovery bottles. They’re easy to do with a lot of kids and everyone seems to enjoy them. They’re great for quiet time and keeping kids entertained in car rides or at restaurants. They are PERFECT for toddlers, but even older children enjoy them, especially if they get to help make them. Sensory bottles are super easy to customize. I’m going to do two versions with the class and today I’m sharing the girly version I came up with! This DIY Unicorn Sensory Bottle is a fun and whimsical bottle! I used items I had around the house for my test bottle, but will be running out to pick up more bottle filler so that it is an even more fun Unicorn Wonderland!
DISCOVERY BOTTLES FOR QUIET TIME
Plastic See-Through Bottle
Items to put inside the bottle such as beads, plastic confetti, pom-poms, buttons
Glycerine, Baby Oil or Vegetable Oil
Vinyl or stickers
So what are we doing for the bottle for those that aren’t into unicorns? We’re sticking with a mythical theme and will be doing DRAGONS! That bottle will have red and green glitter, with red and green beads, buttons, and confetti.