Sensory Bottles allow children to play and have an adventure without any mess. This Winter Sensory Bottle is so easy to put together you might already have everything in your craft supplies. This is a fantastic item to have displayed on your science or nature table. Children love to sit and explore sensory bottles, they can be very calming, and it’s also fun for the kids to see what they can find floating inside.
Easy Winter Sensory Bottle
Winter Sensory Bottle that Kids Love
Make an easy snowstorm sensory bottle whether you have tons of snow outside or not. A fun winter activity for your children to enjoy all season long.
Snowflake Sensory Bottle
This is an example of what you will need to make your Easy Winter Sensory Bottle is in this picture below. However, I have it displayed in list form towards the bottom of the page. Enjoy!
Start by gathering your supplies and a few small items to fit into the bottle. We have used glass and plastic bottles it’s really up to you what look and feel you like.
Begin by pouring out a little bit of water, and pour the bottle of glue into the water bottle.
Next, add some glitter and the small objects to the bottle, fill the bottle back to the top with water and put the cap back on tight. You might want to hot glue the top on if you have babies and toddlers.
Winter Sensory Table Ideas
Shake the bottle to mix everything up. Shake, shake, shake and watch everything flow.
Look for objects by moving and shaking the bottle around, or just tip it back and forth to watch everything move around.
Winter Sensory Activities
This makes a wonderful calming sensory bottle because of the colors and slow movement inside the bottle. Sensory bottles can make a great addition to any nature table, science table, or calming area. Enjoy!
Winter Books for Kids
Winter Sensory Bottle
1. Pour out a little bit of water, and pour the bottle of glue into the water bottle.
2. Add some glitter and the small objects to the bottle, fill back to the top with water and put the cap back on tight.
3. Shake the bottle to mix everything up.
4. Look for objects by moving and shaking the bottle around, or just tip it back and forth to watch everything move around.
Enjoy Your Calming Winter Sensory Bottle
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