It’s back-to-school season and I couldn’t help but make a fun sensory bottle! I found some cute plastic crayon buttons at Hobby Lobby a few weeks ago and decided to use them to make a crayon sensory bottle.
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Here’s what you need to create this sensory bottle:
- empty water bottle (I used a plastic VOSS bottle)
- clear liquid soap
- plastic crayon buttons from Hobby Lobby or similar ones on Amazon here.)
To create the bottle, pour some clear soap into the bottle. Then add some crayon buttons. Keep repeating these steps until it reaches the top. Place glue on the top of the bottle and screw the lid on. This will keep it from opening up. (Little ones love to try to open sensory bottles!)
Then you can watch the pieces slowly move around in the bottle.
They will eventually sink to the bottom. Just flip it over to watch them move again!
We love sensory bottles because they are fun to shake, watch the movements, and see how the bottle changes. It can be mesmerizing to watch!
Check out all our sensory bottles here.
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