My kids love hands on activities especially my four-year old.
Last year I made her a super FUN Christmas Sensory bin and she played with it for at least an hour at a time while I was doing school with the older boys.
This year I decided to so something a little different, but festive.
Each one of my little kiddos made a Christmas sensory bottle. My oldest is almost 10 and he even enjoyed making his own Christmas Sensory Bottle.
Here’s What You Need for a Christmas Sensory Bottle
- Empty water bottle
- jingle bells (dollar store)
- Christmas erasers (dollar store)
- Pony Beads
- Pipe Cleaners
- food coloring (optional)
Have your child fill their empty water bottle with their little do dads. I put the beads, sequins, and other materials in a muffin pan to keep them organized. After the bottle is about 1/4 full of FUN items, fill the bottle with water and food coloring. I glued the top with hot glue to secure it. You must make sure the lid and bottle are completely dry or the hot glue will not hold.
Making a Christmas sensory bottle is super easy and your children will adore it! Have FUN!