These New Year’s Sensory Bottles are so much fun! Not only are they great for sensory play, but they’re a really great way to add to your Winter Sensory play activities as well.
If you’re looking for New Year’s Eve Activities for preschoolers, you really need to add these on to your to-do list. They’re easy to make and are certain to provide hours of entertainment and play!
Winter Sensory Bottles
New Year’s Sensory Bottle
As you can see, these Winter Sensory Bottles are all about the New Year. They just look like fun, lights, and glamor.
Making this sensory bottle up for your child to play with as they welcome in the New Year sounds like an awesome activity and party idea that any family would love.
Make the New Year sensory-friendly and create this awesome sensory toy for your child!
New Year’s Eve Activities for Preschoolers
What you will need to make your New Year’s Eve Sensory Bottles is in this picture below. However, I have it displayed in a recipe list form to print out towards the bottom of the page. Have Fun!
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How to Make DIY Sensory Bottles
- 1 (16
ounce) plastic storage/sensory bottle (available at Michaels, Walgreens or similar bottles here)
- 2 to 3 (6 ounce) bottles Elmer’s Glue in clear
- About 1 cup of warm water
- About 1 tablespoon glitter or confetti (if desired)
- Toys (if desired)
For this project we used:
- Clock buttons
- Silver star confetti
- Silver glitter
- Gold glitter
Empty one bottle of glue into the bottle.
Fill the empty glue bottle about half full with warm water (about ¼ cup) and seal with the lid. Shake well to combine the remaining glue with the water. Pour into jar with glue and shake or stir to combine.
If you are adding glitter or toys, add part of the glitter and toys into the glue mixture.
Seal the jar and shake well. If the glitter or confetti does not move easily, add more warm water. If the glitter or confetti moves to quickly, add additional glue. Continuing adding in layers with the glitter and toys until you achieve your desired effect.
When the contents of the bottle move according to your preference, seal the bottle and glue the lid closed to avoid spills.
If desired, cover the lid with duct tape or additional decorations.
New Year’s Eve Crafts
Once you make this Sensory Bottle your kids will love these New Year’s Eve Crafts too.
- New Years Eve Slime and Glitter Jar Craft
- New Year’s Eve Countdown Paper Plate Craft
- New Year’s Eve Noise Makers
Save This Winter Sensory Bottles for Later
It’s always fun to incorporate sensory play into your day. Especially in the winter months when it’s so cold the children have a limited time to get outside and play.
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