There are sensory bottles all over our house. I don’t think we’ve thrown out a plastic jar in months. Sensory bottles are super quick and easy to make, and my baby loves them. Even my 3 year old loves them!
We call this pom pom and sequin sensory bottle our “Frozen” sensory bottle. We got the color scheme from the movie. And playing with a Frozen-inspired sensory bottle was a fun way to include the littlest ones in the fun!
Making Sensory Bottle
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- Pompoms (these glitter pom poms are especially fun!)
- silver sequins
- empty and clean plastic bottle (we remove the label junk with lemon oil)
- hot glue or Krazy Glue
Put the pompoms and sequins in the bottle. I let my baby put the pompoms in (supervising him and grabbing the pompoms away as necessary!) – but you know best whether that would work with your child.
Then I hot glue or Krazy Glue the lid on, and once it’s dry we get to playing with the bottle! I roll the bottle and my little guy crawls after it. He shakes it, he looks at it, he tries to eat it. Sometimes we push it back and forth to each other.
Do you love EASY sensory bottles? We have a whole bunch of sensory bottles for babies and toddlers. Some of our favorites are: