Sensory Bottles for Little Ones - Plain Vanilla Mom
My little guy LOVES his sensory bottles. I started making them for him one day when I realized how much he was enjoying playing with my half-full water bottle. Sensory bottles don’t need to be anything complicated. His current favorite is this one filled with water, small balloons, and pony beads. At six months we …
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Tummy Time Finger Painting Sensory Play — CanDo Kiddo
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Sensory bags for babies, toddlers and beyond - NurtureStore
How to make sensory bags for babies, toddlers and beyond. Great for mess-free sensory play.
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As a toddler teacher, one of my favorite inexpensive toys to make is the sensory bottle: a plastic bottle (usually from water, Voss is my favorite brand, based on bottle shapes) filled an interesting material. They come in two varieties: shakers, which are full loud materials. These are great for safely playing with choking…