Patricia Motherway

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A rainbow sensory bottle that is beautiful to look at and fun to enjoy. This bottle was inspired by the separation that occurs when you mix water and oil. I found myself wondering, “well, wha…

Veg oil, water, alka seltzer, food coloring, and a bottle. Fill a bottle 2/3 with veg oil and 1/3 with water (keeping in mind to leave 1" at the top). Add 10 drops food coloring. Add 1 alka seltzer (broken in a few pieces, adding one piece at a time - when first piece stops bubbling, add next) and watch the colors.

Indoor Activities for Kids: Homemade Lava Lamps. Vegetable oil, a about of the water bottle, then water. 10 drops of food coloring. Then take a alkaseltzer tab and break it into 4 pieces. Drop one in at a time and wait for each to dissove!

Calming bottles - these sensory bottles are great for little ones to explore and for preschoolers to use during a cooling off period.

Calming bottles - these sensory bottles are great for little ones to explore and for preschoolers to use during a cooling off period. (Time out until the glitter settles - as well as the kid)

Discovery jars like this DIY butterfly sensory bottle can be used for safe no mess sensory play, a science teaching aid, a time out tool, and to help an anxious child (or adult) calm down and unwind. They're also an easy way for babies and toddlers to safely investigate items without the risk of choking on them.

A DIY butterfly sensory bottle is used for safe no mess sensory play, a science teaching aid, and to help an anxious child (or adult) calm down and unwind.

DIY Sensory bottles like this slow falling sea shells sensory bottle are commonly used to help calm an overwhelmed child. They are just as effective for adults. Discovery bottles like this are also great for no mess safe sensory play. Babies and toddlers can safely investigate small objects like seashells without the risk of choking on them. DIY Calm Down Jar

DIY Seashells Sensory Bottle - A DIY sea shells sensory bottle calm down jar can be used for no mess safe sensory play, and to help calm an anxious child.

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Play Create Explore: Homemade Colored and Scented Rice for Sensory Play Use Duncan Hines frosting creations to dye the rice! Use 2 packets per cups of rice with a tablespoon of rubbing alcohol.

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